The Republican nominee brought together an eclectic group of surrogates to pitch him to women and minorities.
CLEVELAND — The Trump coalition assembled on stage at a church in a historically African American neighborhood here on Wednesday morning to sell the Republican nominee as the only candidate who can turn the tide for women and minorities — and to flatly deny that he’s racist.
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