Trump’s speech in Charlotte, North Carolina was a pivoting point in his campaign. It was the first speech he gave since hiring on Stephen Bannon and Kellyanne Conway.
In his speech, he even apologized for some the things he’s said in the past, particularly when it caused “personal pain.” That’s a pretty big deal coming from Donald Trump.
Obviously, his speech – which also heavily criticized Hillary Clinton and Democratic Party’s policies toward Blacks – didn’t sit well with liberals. One such liberal is Brad Woodhouse, the president of Correct the Record – a pro-Hillary advocacy group. He said that Trump’s speech, and in particular his appeal to Blacks, was “outrageous.”
MSNBC’s Joy Behar asked Woodhouse what he thought of Trump’s apology. Here’s what he said:
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