Michael Cummins from the Honolulu Chocolate Company talks about some sweet treats for Valentine's Day.
Eric W: So in the last stages of his campaign Trump decides to makes minorities apart of his platform. All along he has spread nothing but divisive and rhetorical hate speech in order to gain the core voter support and at no time has he hinted at a 'unified America'. He must really think minorities are the stupidest people in the country. Black radio stations, news mediums, and organizations have been asking him for interviews and he has flat out said no way. Now that his campaign is on the down swing and he has bought in new blood that has told him he needs a diversified voter block, he wants to pander to minorities a bit. I refuse to give him any credibility. Furthermore, many of the Donald's supporters dispise blacks and latinos. How is this playing out to them? Also, there is a bit of hypocrisy here. For so long Trump's campaign has been about telling it like it is; the truth, as they say. Now he is shrouding his campaign in strategy in order to get votes, instead of telling us and his supporters what they know to be really true, and that is we really don't care about you, we just want to win so give us your vote. I would have more respect for him if he went down to Howard or Morehouse Colleges, HBCUs, and hold a forum. Then we might listen without the skepticism. Or this could just be about wooing moderate white votes. Still, he's not being honest with his platform.