'We're one American family,' Trump says at North Carolina opportunity summit

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — President Donald Trump, speaking Friday at Central Piedmont Community College, claimed credit for an economic “renaissance” that he said has especially boosted African Americans and lower-income workers.“The forgotten men and women of America are no longer forgotten because we are finally putting America first,” Trump told an audience at CPCC’s Halton Theater. “It took a long time, a long time.”Trump, who a day earlier had celebrated his acquittal by the Senate, didn’t mention what he called the “impeachment hoax” until five minutes into his address. “It was a failed hoax, so...


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