Western Michigan University Associate Professor of Political Science Peter Wielhouwer cites statistics estimating about ten percent of voters are undecided on their choice for president in November.

So will Donald Trump tone down his approach in order to court them, now that he is the Republican nominee?

Wielhouwer isn't so sure, especially considering his more visceral approach has worked for him so far.

On The Richard Piet Show, Wielhouwer also discussed the lack of a Trump endorsement from Sen. Ted Cruz, as well as the upcoming Democratic National Convention and Hillary Clinton's perceived understanding with Sen. Bernie Sanders.

Hear his thoughts by clicking the player below.

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