Mike Barnicle on suggestions to Trump to build African American support

The Washington Post’s Eugene Robinson joins veteran columnist Mike Barnicle on Morning Joe to discuss what Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump could do to boost his appeal with black voters, whose support is only in the single digits. Suggests Barnicle: Trump “could walk 65 blocks north of where he lives on 5th Avenue into the heart of Harlem, take off the jacket that he always wears, the hat he always wears, and spend the day walking around with actual human beings, African American human beings, and talking to them about their lives.” Hear Robinson’s response to that strategy here.


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