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On "The Kelly File" tonight, author and PBS host Tavis Smiley accused Donald Trump and other Republicans of running "segregated campaigns" which haven't tried to appeal to all Americans.

"If you can't campaign to all of America -- if you're only campaigning to one slice of America, then how do we believe that you want to be president for all of America?" Smiley said.

Next, Herman Cain joined the show to react to Smiley's comments. He strongly disagreed with Smiley's assertion that Republicans have limited their outreach.

"The only thing that I agree with Tavis on, is the fact that the Democrats have taken advantage of black people for 50 years, and they've gone beyond that. They have conned black people."

He then accused Smiley of "drinking the Kool-aid" about Trump by taking the frontrunner's comments out of context, and then sharing it with his black audience.

"All of America benefits from replacing tax code," Cain said. "All of America benefits from enforcing immigration laws. And all of America benefits from repealing and replacing Obamacare."

Watch the clip above, and Megyn's interview with Smiley below.

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