Trump accuses Clinton of bigotry

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CHARLOTTE, NC - AUGUST 18: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks to supporters at a rally on August 18, 2016 at the Charlotte Convention Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. Trump continues to campaign for his run for President of the United States. (Photo by Brian Blanco/Getty Images)

WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump is accusing rival Hillary Clinton of “bigotry” — a claim Clinton’s campaign has thrown back in Trump’s face.

Trump says at a rally in Charlotte that Clinton “sees communities of color only as votes and not as human beings worthy of a better future.”

He claims that she and other Democrats have failed to do enough to improve the lives of minorities and those who live in inner cities.

Trump says that, if African-American voters give him a chance by giving him their vote, “the result for them will be amazing.”

He asks, “What do you have to lose by trying something new?”

Trump is trailing Clinton by vast margins among minority voters.

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  • steve

    Sorry, Dems, but Trump is absolutely right. Slavery is prohibited in the United States, but through the social programs beginning with LBJ, the Democrats have been creating a segment of the population that is so beholden to the government for their existence and that dependency is nothing more than slavery with a different name. And when the government starts to do for people what they are capable of doing for themselves, the country’s got a problem.