Who’s that girl? Berry, left, first made a splash on the pageant circuit, winning Miss Teen All-American in 1985 and Miss Ohio USA the following year. In 1986, she finished second in the Miss USA contest and sixth in Miss World. This launched Halle’s modeling career, which quickly evolved into acting roles, and the rest is history. (Photo: Splash News)
Mike: In a way I think they have a point that Trump needs to beat the streets to get his message across but ultimately it doesn't really matter. The democrats have locked in the black vote and I do not see it changing. Why is odd to me is the double speak and hypocrisy of the black community. How does Hillary understand the black community? Because she carries hot sauce in her purse? Neither her nor Trump probably get it and quite frankly black people should understand that they never will. There is no changing your color or background. I think it's impossibly for a white person to understand what its like being black and vice versa. Do either one know what its like to be Hispanic or Asian? Also, the black community for years has been talking about how badly treated the inner cities are. From not receiving enough money to schools to not creating jobs. So all of a sudden when Trump says it he is evil, off base, and oh not all blacks live in poverty. Yes, we know that but you can't hit every group in every statement or address you make at least he is acknowledging a problem. Long story short no one will ever be happy. You are either not doing enough or your efforts are fake.