Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump makes his pitch to black voters at a church in Detroit, Michigan, in an effort to peel away minority support from his Democratic rival. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump continued an effort to peel away minority support from Democratic rival Hillary Clinton on Saturday (September 3), visiting a church and touring neighborhoods in the largely black city of Detroit. The former businessman and reality TV star was accompanied by Ben Carson, the retired neurosurgeon and former Republican presidential hopeful who grew up there, and gave an interview for a Christian television program. Trump's outreach to minorities over recent weeks comes as he seeks to improve his chances in the November 8 election and shake off months of offending the sensibilities of black and Hispanic voters with his hard line on immigration and rough-hewn social rhetoric.