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Dozens of African Americans outraged at Trump visiting Detroit
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The Republican candidate for U.S. presidency visited African American church

Dozens of African Americans carried banners saying 'Mr. Hate leave my state' and 'No to hatred in the White House'. The protesters were outraged at Trump visiting Detroit, as the politician is widely famous for his racist slogans, reports.

Even despite his attempts to make it up with his opponents, the Republican has been extremely unpopular among African Americans, Hispanic Americans and even Jews; instead, he gained a lot of popularity among representatives of the so-called alternative right spectre, who openly call themselves the Nazis.

As reported earlier by,Trump accused Obama of creating the ISIS.

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