'Blacks for Trump'? Colbert Mocks White Woman Holding Sign at Florida Trump Rally
Donald Trump has been told time and time again that Florida is a must-win state. He's also been advised to expand his base, simply because there aren't enough working-class white men in America to win him the White House.
But while the media may be turning on Trump, there's no doubt we're still watching his campaign in free fall.
"Listen to what he said in Florida," "Late Show" host Stephen Colbert told his audience Tuesday night and then played a clip from the event.
"I like the signs behind me," Trump announced. "'Blacks for Trump,' I like those signs. 'Blacks for Trump'... you watch."
"Well, we did watch," assured Colbert. "And that sign right behind him is being held by a middle-aged white lady."
Colbert searched desperately for an explanation.
"Maybe her name is Doris Black," Colbert mused, adding, "We can't see the back of the sign. Maybe it says 'Might Exist Somewhere.'"
Currently Hillary Clinton has a 72 percent chance of winning Florida, with early voting giving her a big boost. In fact, all polls show Clinton leading by upwards of two points or tied with Trump.
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