Despite the undeniable media jihad against Donald Trump, the Republican presidential hopeful, marches on.
In a speech Thursday night that touched on many subjects — including admitting some regrets— Trump once again addressed the nation’s black community with some painful truths.
He called “the bigotry of Hillary Clinton amazing” and urged black voters to consider a time for change, positive change.
Trump continued his straight talk as he spoke of a divided nation that desperately needs to unite.
“It is only votes that she sees. She has been there forever and look at where you are,” Trump said in front of the North Carolina crowd.
“If African-Americans give Donald Trump a chance by giving me their vote, the result for them will be amazing,” he said. “Look how badly things are going under decades of Democratic leadership.
“What do you have to lose by trying something new? Watch. I will fix it. You have nothing to lose, nothing to lose. It is so bad, the inner cities are so bad. You have nothing to lose.” Trump continued.
“Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Party have taken African-American votes totally for granted,” he added.
With the help of social media, Trump’s often hard-to-hear, but ultimately optimistic message is spreading, and there are many signs to suggest it is resonating with the public. On Thursday, a Los Angeles Times poll showed an uptick of 14.6 percent of black voters leaning towards Trump after he made a direct appeal to them Tuesday night.
March on, Donald Trump.
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