In Donald Trump's latest presidential adventures, the GOP candidate is asking his supporters to keep an eye on voting polls in urban areas.
During a rally just outside of Detroit on Friday, Trump "urged" loyal advocates to "make sure everything is on the up and up" at voting booths in urban areas on Nov. 8., saying he wants to avoid any poll rigging that could occur, ABC News reports.
“Go to your place and vote. And go pick some other place and go sit there with your friends and make sure it’s on the up and up," said Trump. "Because you know what, that’s a big, big problem in this country and nobody wants to talk about it. So go and watch these polling places."
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Political reporter Kenneth Vogel recapped the Republican nominee's speech on Twitter by posting a partial transcript of his dialogue.
Here's the full Trump riff on voter fraud from this evening in Novi. Mich., in which he urges his supporter to monitor polling places. pic.twitter.com/S3Vt1TzOvW— Kenneth P. Vogel (@kenvogel) September 30, 2016
It's clear Trump is having issues determining the best campaign plan as he continues to lobby for Black votes while speaking negatively about the Black community.