Trump campaign spokeswoman Kellyanne Conway thinks Donald Trump “deserves credit” for going where most Republicans haven’t: into “communities of color.” “Republican presidential nominees usually are not bold enough to go into communities of color and take the case right to them and to compete for all ears and compete for all votes. They’ve been afraid to do that,” Conway said Friday on Good Morning America.
Conway’s defense of Trump’s effort comes amid criticism that he’s painting an unnecessarily bleak picture of African-American communities, with comments about high rates of poverty and unemployment and schools that are “no good.” “This entire conversation had to be had,” Conway said, noting that Hillary Clinton — who far and away leads among black voters — has suggested policies that would leave “many people behind.”
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