Support from blacks for Donald Trump has risen a noteworthy 12 percent in the past week, according to the L.A. Times/USC Dornsife poll. As recently as August 11, Trump’s support among blacks was tracking as low as 2.5 percent.
So what changed?
Apparently, The Donald’s tone in his campaign speeches has changed. Instead of his usual off-the-cuff, somewhat rambling style, he’s been turning out strong, straightforward messages that are once again beginning to resonate with everyday Americans.
At a speech Tuesday in Milwaukee, just a couple of days after violent rioting had occurred just a few miles away, Trump strode to the podium and delivered this no-nonsense law-and-order message: