State GOP chair says Trump’s third visit signals he’s here for the “long haul”
Donald Trump will visit Detroit Saturday, hoping to appeal to African-American voters.
He'll visit a congregation at Great Faith Ministries International, although word is he won't be speaking.
Then, he will sit down to tape a TV interview with Bishop Wayne T. Jackson, which will then be broadcast on Jackson's Impact Television Network.
This latest visit to Michigan comes on the heels of the summer nominating convention held last weekend by Michigan's Republican Party.
Ronna Romney McDaniel, chairman of the Michigan GOP, joined us today to talk about Trump's third visit to Michigan within a month, and why she believes he is the right choice for president.
GUEST Ronna Romney McDaniel is chairman of the Michigan Republican Party.
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