During a stop in Grand Rapids, Michigan on Friday, Trump thanked African Americans for “coming through for him big league” during the November election.
The choice between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump remains problematic as Election Day draws under the two-month mark.
"It's time for our society to address some honest and very, very difficult truths," Donald Trump said Tuesday in West Bend, Wisconsin.
Other speakers at the event tried ramping up support by laying out the Republican Party's historic relationship with African-Americans. Though in the last 100 years, the GOP has struggled to find footing with Blacks and Latinos.
A poll conducted by Monmouth University showed that more Blacks are concerned with access to economic opportunity than civil rights.
On Monday's edition of NewsOne Now, Roland Martin and his panel of guests discussed Trump's assertion of doing well among African-American voters and the possibility of the GOP's front-runner winning the Republican presidential nomination.
Since jumping into the presidential race in June, Hillary Clinton has made it a point to reach out to Black voters, who have long supported her family’s political legacy. But the steady drumbeat of announcing support and endorsements from African-American celebrities, activists, lawmakers and the parents of fallen unarmed Black men is beginning to look, well, like political pandering.
Roland Martin talks with Ohio State Representative Alicia Reece (D-Cincinnati) about the importance of voting in local elections and how strong personalities impact voter turnout.
*Vote in poll below* An article in the New York Times written by White House correspondent Helene Thomas talks about the strong support President Obama still has in the Black community. With Black unemployment at 16 percent and even the voting rights of African Americans being attacked across the country, numerous columnists have voiced that […]
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