It nearly becomes a habit, right?
Trump is turning several of his hot-button issues into a play for black support.
The president pointed out that the 20 most unsafe cities were run by Democrats and that 58 percent of the murder victims under 22 were African-American.
'Today they say if you are a conservative you're somehow an Uncle Tom, you're a frightful person, ' Carson told the crowd. "What a bunch of crap".
Carson dismissed Trump's critics who described the president as a disgusting racist, citing the president's history of standing up for black Americans.
Underwood filed suit after a 21-month probe that she said had uncovered "extensive unlawful political coordination" between the foundation and the campaign.
But Trump faces a steep challenge to make inroads of his own with black voters.
In a statement posted to Twitter, Trump ripped the finding.
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A September AP-NORC poll found that only roughly 3 in 10 Americans say the things Trump has done as president have been good for African Americans.
Jamaal Reynolds, 26, had driven from Chattanooga, Tennessee, to see Trump in person for a third time. Trump admitted these transactions were also improper.
The goal of the new coalition, according to a Trump campaign official, is to raise money, train activists and conduct outreach to black voters, with a message focused on the economy and prosperity.
The book reportedly describes the author's experience working in the Trump White House, echoing concerns raised by others in the past around comments from the president that are seen as derogatory toward women or immigrants.
Republicans have long trailed Democrats among minority groups, but Trump has taken that disparity to new levels. The event raised $5.6 million for veterans, but only $2.8 million was donated to charity.
A Warning is set to come out on November 19, and the author - who wrote an op-ed for The New York Times past year, saying they were part of a resistance inside the White House - paints President Trump as a bumbling simpleton devoid of empathy and integrity. The suit noted that the event made use of the campaign's slogan, Make America Great Again, and that campaign personnel were involved in deciding how the money would be allocated. Lara Trump, the president's daughter-in-law who works as campaign adviser, mingled and took photos with supporters. "A loud 'Blacks for Trump" cheer started in response, so Trump sort of stuck with that.
As he was wrapping up in Atlanta, he joked to the crowd: "Sixteen more years!", to a smattering of laughter in the small room. The gap between the two has remained, though has tightened this year as more black workers are brought in from the sidelines.
"The likelihood that it's going to move black voters at all is not very likely", Fields said.