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Trump to Address African-American Voters in Detroit

In continuing coverage of the 2016 presidential election, republican nominee Donald Trump is making his way to Detroit on Saturday to address a crowd that is not too keen on his campaign.

During his visit, Trump plans to address Detroit’s African-American community.

He promises to discuss issues important to a minority group that has historically leaned more left in presidential elections.

Trump claims the Democratic Party has failed black voters, who between 2008 and 2012 have cast about 13 percent of presidential ballots.

Black voters in America could play a critical role in at least a half-dozen swing states.