Trump: African Americans Have Been 'Mistreated & Abused' by Dem Politicians
Donald Trump called into "Justice" last night to discuss his campaign's recent attempts at winning over minority voters.
In addition to meeting with the National Hispanic Advisory Council for Trump on Saturday, the Republican presidential nominee has also made efforts to try to appeal more to black voters, whom he argues should support his campaign after being failed for years by the Democratic Party.
"The African American people have been absolutely mistreated and abused by Democratic politicians, who have taken advantage of them," Trump said.
He said that by every metric - whether it's poverty, jobs, health care or education - Democratic policies have been a "catastrophe" for minorities in America.
"Vote for me. What do you have to lose? I can't do worse. You can't do any worse than what these people have been doing," Trump said.
He added that despite President Obama's message of unity, he's been a "great divider" for our country.
He pointed to the president's failure to immediately cut his vacation short and visit the flood zone in Louisiana.
"Tuesday is too late," Trump said. "I just think that you go."
"Tell your golf buddies tomorrow morning that you won't be able to make it."
Watch the "Justice" exclusive above.