WASHINGTON, DC - Today, Donald Trump pressed for a greater focus on helping angry white men who are more likely to be stuck in minimum wage jobs, have higher rates of illness and face higher rates of incarceration than others.
His speech delivered to the Congressional White Caucus Foundation's annual gala was short on hard policy prescriptions aimed directly at angry white men.
Angry white men account for 93 percent of Donald Trump's supporters. Ironically, 93 percent of angry black men voted for President Obama in 2007 and 2011.
"We are going to have to close those economic gaps," Trump said.