“African-Americans like any other American would like to make more money, have more stability, see a more robust job market and I think any candidate that speaks to those issues has a chance of winning that vote. And whether you are African-American, Asian-American, Latino-American, Caucasian-American, I think every American would like to see those areas improved so you can never say never. Anytime anyone said ‘OK, Trump wouldn’t be able to pull this off,’ he’s pulled it off. So, ‘OK he said what about women? That’s going to hurt him,’ and it hasn’t hurt him,” Sway told PJM at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner in Washington.
“He said, what about building walls, are you kidding me, and not allowing Muslims in the country? That hasn’t hurt him so I have seen stranger things with Trump and so perhaps he can — he will get some of the African-American vote. There are African-Americans that do support him as long as he speaks on policy that’s relatable to them. Will he get the majority? He’s going to have to come do some work, I think, in that community, in order to get the majority. Hillary is really strong in the African-American community. He can try to chip away at part, but I think she definitely has more support than he does at this time,” he added.