Trump: 'Obama Hasn't Unified the Country, He's Been a Divider'
Donald Trump took questions from reporters following a speech in South Carolina, giving his thoughts on the murders of two WDBJ journalists yesterday in Virginia.
Trump said something must be done to try to get guns out of the hands of mentally ill people.
"Something has to happen. At the same time, it's not about the guns. It's about mental instability," said Trump, adding that people knew for years about the gunman's problems, but nothing was done.
He was later asked about how he would fix "race relations problems" in the United States.
Trump said he has great relationships in the African-American community, promising to win over black voters by laying out a plan to bring back jobs from Japan, China and Mexico.
Trump said despite a lack of experience when he was elected, he thought President Obama would be a "unifier" between whites and African-Americans.
"That's turned out not to be so. He has not been a unifier, he's been a divider. We need spirit in the country. We need cohesiveness and we need jobs. We'll get it fixed," said Trump, lamenting the high unemployment rate among black youths.
Watch the full press conference above, as Trump took shots at Hillary Clinton, Lindsey Graham and Jeb Bush.