WASHINGTON (AP) – The day before he goes to Detroit for his first general election appearance in front of a majority black audience, Donald Trump is heading to Philadelphia.
Trump will be holding a roundtable with business, civic and religious leaders from the city’s African-American community.
Trump has scaled up his outreach to minority voters in recent weeks, revamping his stump speech to make the case that inner cities have suffered from Democratic policies.
He often asks what African-American and Hispanic voters have to lose by giving him a chance.
But he appeared to take a step backward with an immigration speech Wednesday evening that turned off many conservative Hispanic leaders.