Nothing Trump has ever proposed in his entire career has been more insane than suggesting that he'd be able to win an election to become president of the United States. Well he's made it this far, so don't get too comfortable in thinking he's done now. In fact, at some point in the very near future, Trump's campaign is going to take the unlikeliest of all possible turns. I know it sounds crazy, but eventually, the nation's budding racist in chief is going to start courting minority voters.
Again, I know it seems absurd to think that Trump could make any inroads at all with minorities, especially when you take into account that no matter which candidate the Democrats ultimately pick, theirs will be the only one with a campaign plan listed on their official website that specifically addresses racial issues.
Obviously, one of these sides "doesn't care about black people," to quote future president Kanye West. Except Trump does address race in his plans. If you give it the perusal it deserves, Trump's immigration plan reads like something else entirely -- a jobs program. Specifically, a jobs program for inner-city residents. Please understand, that's not me reaching for conclusions. From beginning to end, his plan is offered as a solution to fix a problem that impacts black Americans more than anyone else. Those are his own words.
Read 'em and weep.