A white Fox News pundit struggled on Sunday when he was asked to explain why only 3 percent of African-Americans approved of Donald Trump.
Of course, the audience was mostly white.
Why have Black Republicans offered no pushback on the racist frames of their own community, a sitting President, or a Republican federal judge?
Trump thinks this birther issue is just going to go away if he decides he's not going to talk about it.
Donald Trump pretends he's not fully aware of the fact that his being a birther isn't one of the factors that has his poll numbers down in single digits with African-Americans on the Sept. 6th edition of the O'Reilly Factor.
A North Carolina pastor who has endorsed Donald Trump explained his job plan on Tuesday, which calls for the "return" of black Americans to Africa to build roads and bridges.
This is what passes for Republican minority outreach these days.
Trump supporter New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie defends Donald Trump's condescending so-called African-American outreach on ABC's This Week.
This is making America great?
CNN host Jake Tapper called out Donald Trump over the weekend for promising to win over African-American voters while republishing messages from white supremacists on Twitter.
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