The Republican nominee spoke of Abraham Lincoln, calling for ‘a civil rights agenda for our time.’
DETROIT — Campaigning at an African-American church for the first time during the presidential race, Donald Trump called for “a civil rights agenda for our time” and cast himself as the candidate who could best “rebuild Detroit” and struggling black communities across the nation.
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