Donald Trump followed up on comments he made at his event in Wisconsin on Tuesday, and continued to challenge Hillary Clinton on her commitment to minority communities.
Some have described Trump’s speech on Tuesday as one of his best, claiming if he continues on that course he will win this election with ease. Clinton has be pegged with a reputation for being “cold” and uncaring, if Trump further leverages her weaknesses in the coming months it could spell her downfall.
Is this the turning point that pundits will talking about in the months to come, if Trump starts making a comeback in the polls to overtake Hillary?
As I stated earlier today, Trump’s support among Black voters has skyrocketed in recent days according to the LA times national poll. If he keeps chipping away at Hillary’s lead among minorities, she could be in for a rude awakening come election day.
Donald Trump accused Hillary Clinton of seeing “communities of color only as votes, and not as human beings.”
“Her bigotry is amazing,” he said, speaking Thursday night from prepared remarks to supporters in Charlotte, North Carolina.
“It is only votes that she sees. She has been there forever and look at where you are.”
“If African-Americans give Donald Trump a chance by giving me their vote, the result for them will be amazing,” he added. “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.” he said.
“Hillary Clinton and the Democratic party have taken African-American votes totally for granted,” he said, repeating comments he had made Monday night to a mostly white audience in suburban Wisconsin.
It’s no secret, almost all democrats pander to minorities, or treat them as children. Some republicans tend to lecture them rather than talk with them. Trump is just speaking the truth, treating them with respect, and asking them for their votes.
His message will be heard, and the effects will last longer than this election.