Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump made a pitch for the support of factory workers and African American voters today (Fri.). That was at a campaign stop at the Lansing suburb of Dimondale (DYE’-mun-dayl).
His speech focused largely on the economy and border protection. He also made an appeal for support from African American voters.
Part of his pitch was to blame Detroit’s crime, poverty and unemployment on the Democratic leadership, including his rival Hillary Clinton.
Trump promised that after four years in office, he would get 95 percent of the African American vote.