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by Tad Donley, August 16, 2016

WEST BEND, Wis.— Campaigning in Milwaukee, Donald Trump made a strong and direct appeal to African American voters, speaking the obvious truth that Democratic policies have crushed wealth, jobs and safety in the nation’s inner cities and that, as president, he would rebuild them.

armed forces ministryThe Republican presidential nominee repeatedly accused Hillary Clinton of “taking for granted” and “taking advantage of” black voters, calling her the “personification of special interest corruption” who cares only about donors and not struggling Americans – particularly African Americans.

“We reject the bigotry of Hillary Clinton, (who) panders to and talks down to communities of color and sees them only as votes,” Trump told a crowd of over several thousand people. “That’s all they care about, not as individual human beings worthy of a better future.”

“The Democratic party,” he added, “has failed and betrayed the African American community.”

At the same time, Trump repeatedly commanded himself an agent of change who is running to represent all Americans—especially those living in communities like Milwaukee that have been affected by violent protests. He called for “law and order” to be restored and vowed that as president he would do so.

sister wives son suicideHe pointedly accused Hillary of being an “anti-police candidate,” and exposed her failure to  back law enforcement – that it was hurting those who live in crime stricken communities.

“The main victims of these riots are law-abiding African American citizens living in these neighborhoods,” he said. “It’s their homes. It’s their schools and communities which will suffer the most as a result. There’s no compassion in tolerating lawless conduct for anyone.”

Despite currently polling in the low single digits among black voters, Trump repeatedly calls himself “a voice of compassion and reason” and the only person who can bring “real change” to inner cities. So far no one else has.

“I am running to listen to your voice, to hear the cries for help from so many people in our nation,” Trump said. “The quiet voices in our society, not the loudest demonstrators, need to have their demands heard.”

Desecrating Clinton’s arrogant campaign slogan “I’m With Her,” Trump repeatedly declared, “I’m with you.”

veterans of the vietnam warTrump characterized Hillary as a “corrupt” politician and pledged to make “America First.” Trump criticized Hillary for supporting immigration reform—suggesting it’s another vehicle for taking away jobs from struggling black Americans.

At one point, Trump raked the dusty truth up again about Hillary and her irresponsible email childishness, suggesting she had put the country at risk. In response, supporters broke into a chant of “Lock her up.”

He revealed an interesting promise to ban the spouses of those serving in his administration from earning income from paid speeches. He also said he would make aides sign a pledge blocking them from earning income on the speech circuit for five years after they left the government.

Hillary made over 12 million in the last two years making 480 thousand-dollar speeches that sometimes only lasted 15 minutes.

“No one will be above the law,” Trump said.

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