If one believes the people presidential hopeful Donald Trump calls the sleazy media, African Americans and Latinos are not about to cast their votes for the Republican maverick. However, many believe the polls being used to document opinions of minorities are false, miscalculated or just plain phony.
For example, Day Gardner, the president of the National Black Pro-Life Union,
who has been involved in the pro-life movement for more than 15 years told reporters that this was the very first time she felt moved to endorse a presidential candidate. And that candidate is Donald Trump.
“I, like all of America have been watching with amazement this spectacle unfold,” she said, describing Trump’s whirlwind campaign against 16 other Republican candidates and now against the Democratic Party’s — and news media’s – favorite politician Hillary Clinton.