In the first of two stops in the battleground state of North Carolina, Donald Trump promised on Wednesday to be a champion for African Americans in the United States, arguing that too often that community is ignored by Democrats after an election is over.
“We live in a very very divided country,” Trump said in his appeal. “I will be your greatest champion.”
“I will never, ever take the African American community for granted, Trump said. “Unlike Hillary.”
Trump giving speech in Charlotte about a "New deal for black America." His audience here is mostly white. pic.twitter.com/VVwu2W5jqB