>> Donald Trump hoping to put a damaging string of gaffes behind him Monday with a major speech on the economy of Detroit. An unusual focus on policy from a candidate known for off the cuff verbal sparring. Steve Holland is traveling with the Trump campaign this week.>> It's a chance to move past what many consider his worst week as a presidential candidate.
We expect Trump to get heavily into tax policy, trade policy, immigration policy and regulatory policy. We think he may be working on a revision of his tax plan that he outlined last year that many critics saw as too generous and having too much of an impact on the deficit.
It's a tough road that he's on here but If there's anything that going to help him rebound from last week, it's to talk about the economy.>> Trump hoping to turn the tide after an epic stretch of misfires. First, a feud with the parents of a fallen Muslim American soldier, then refusing for days to endorse Paul Ryan and John McCain for reelection.
And most notoriously, telling the mother of a crying infant at his rally, you can get the baby out of here.>> I think she really believed me that I love having a baby crying while I'm speaking.>> With the dust clearing, Trump finds himself trailing Democrat Hillary Clinton in almost every poll and with some Republicans saying they'll vote for her over Trump.
>> Now what Donald Trump needs to do in this speech is make everybody forget about last week. One speech is probably not going to do it. But if they can show that he has some wisdom about the economy and stop with all the personal insults and the other things that have been weighing down his campaign.
Then it might help him as we move into the fall and get into the debate season, when the election will probably be decided.