Republican presidential nominee called on Hispanic and Africans Americans to support his bid saying, what ''Do you have to lose, give me a chance.'' Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Republican presidential nominee told supporters in Ohio who feel disenfranchised, "I will be your voice," as he called on hispanic and Africans Americans to support his bid he said, "What the hell do you have to lose, give me a chance." "We are also going to reject the bigotry of Hillary Clinton, who sees people of color only as votes and not as human beings worthy of a better future," he said. Trailing Democrat Hillary Clinton in opinion polls for the Nov. 8 election and struggling to broaden his support beyond the white working-class voters who have been his base of support, the New York businessman has reached out in recent days to black and Hispanic voters. Clinton won the Democratic nomination in part thanks to her large victory margins among minorities in nearly every state, including overwhelming support from African Americans in the South. A Reuters/Ipsos survey released on Friday showed Clinton leading Trump nationally by 8 percentage points, 42 percent to 34 percent.