Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump (C), with Staub Vice President Sandy Keplinger (L) and president Steve Staub (R), looks at machinery as he tours the Staub Manufacturing plant in Dayton, Ohio, U.S. Sept. 21, 2016. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
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Lamenting a "lack of spirit" between whites and blacks, Donald Trump encouraged racial unity on Thursday even as he called for one of the nation's largest cities to adopt "stop and frisk" policing tactics that have been widely condemned as racial profiling by minority leaders.The Republican presidential contender, eager to improve his standing among minority voters, confronted racial tensions after police-involved shootings in Oklahoma and North Carolina sparked violent protests overnight. But as he has for much of his unorthodox presidential bid, Trump offered a decidedly mixed message.The comments come as both presidential candidates work to court minority voters with Election Day fast approaching.Current New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, a Democrat who supports Clinton, slammed Trump's call for more stop-and-frisk as "appalling".
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