Trump slammed for claiming ownership of ‘our African-American people’ again in victory speech
Donald Trump June 7 victory speech (Photo: Screen capture)

Donald Trump is really taking that "my African-American" thing seriously. Despite support from former KKK leaders, Trump's acceptance speech from last night's primary wins included a bizarre moment in his typical ramblings.

"We’re going to rebuild our inner cities, which are absolutely a shame and so sad," Trump said. "We’re going to take care of our African-American people that have been mistreated for so long."

This was the second time in a week Trump has taken ownership of African-Americans in a speech. The first time was during a speech in Los Angeles when Trump pointed to Gregory Cheadle in Trump's rally crowd calling him "my African-American." Cheadle later admitted he was at the rally to see the show and doesn't actually support Trump for president.

Twitter was not happy about it either. Many tweeted that statements like this were indicative of Trump's historically racist perspective. It only adds to the problems Trump has had this week with members of his own party calling him out for racist remarks against a California judge presiding over his Trump University case.

Watch the part of the speech with the comment below: