As the Wall Street Journal reports:
“Half of it is just showing up, showing up and trying and learning and listening,” the Wisconsin Republican said in an interview on CBS News’s “Face the Nation” that aired on Sunday.Hopefully, with Republicans at the highest levels of elected office, like Paul Ryan, taking note of Trump's efforts with BlakPAC and black voters and the success he is having with it, we will see more and more Conservatives seek to engage with the black community.
“I’m glad that he’s making inroads into the African-American community, the minority community.”
In recent weeks, Mr. Trump spoke at a black church in Detroit, lamented what he describes as the miserable plight of American Americans living in the “inner city,” and appeared alongside boxing promoter Don King at a black church in Cleveland, where he said he was “troubled” by the recent shooting of an unarmed black man in Tulsa.
Being there, along with the Conservative message of freedom, hope, and prosperity, is a winning formula that will strike fear in the hearts and minds of all Democrats.