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Eighty-two percent of African-American voters are supporting Hillary Clinton, Neil Cavuto reported Saturday.

"But, Donald Trump is making a very fervent pitch for those voters," he said.

Brunell Donald-Kyei, vice-chairwoman of the National Diversity Coalition for Trump, said she expected 16 to 25 percent of black voters to support the Republican New York businessman.

By contrast, former Gov. Mitt Romney (R-Mass.) garnered about six percent of the black vote.

"Donald Trump is saying...in his New Deal to African-Americans...look, I'm not going to entertain you, but what I will do is put $100 billion into the inner cities over an eight-year period, and then I'm going to tack on school choice," Donald-Kyei said, "that's what important to black voters."

"You can't eat a 'Jay-Z'... but with the jobs and economics and infrastructure that Donald Trump is saying he's going to put into the inner cities you can take that to the bank."

"I call on my African-Americans...go into your inner cities if you really want to know what [President Obama] has done...for black and Hispanic [populations]," Donald-Kyei said.

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