Transcript for Donald Trump Attempts to Reset Struggling Campaign
Now to the race for president. Donald Trump hitting the reset button on his campaign one more time. On a new mission, trying to reach out to african-american voters. Already he's facing backlash. Struggling to gain ground against Hillary Clinton, but the republican chair predicting he will pull even by labor day. Here's Mary Bruce. Reporter: Tonight, Donald Trump refining his message to minority voters. I want our party to be the home of the african-american voter once again. Reporter: After this pitch to african-americans sparked outrage. You're living in poverty. Your schools are no good. You have no jobs. 58% of your youth is unemployed. What the hell do you have to lose? Reporter: Making the case Friday before a predominately white crowd in Michigan. But our analyst questioning who he's really talking to. I think he's really talking to white people, which is why he is only talking to white people when he talks about black people. Reporter: Trump's new campaign manager today coming to his defense. Those comments are for all Americans. I'm white. I live in a white community. I was very moved by his comments. Reporter: On the job five days, kellyanne Conway, changing course on trump's taxes. After once saying this -- The tax returns aren't transparent. I'd like to see those being transparent. Reporter: Now backing trump's decision not to release his tax returns. I've learned since on being the inside that this audit is a serious matter and that he has said that when the audit is complete, he'll release his tax returns. Reporter: With 78 days to go until the election, both sides upping the attacks. The Clinton campaign questioning trump's financial ties to Russia. There are real questions being raised about whether Donald Trump himself is just a puppet for the kremlin in this race. Reporter: Trump supporter, former mayor Rudy Giuliani, pointing to speculation in conservative outlets about Clinton's health. She has an entire media empire that consta demonizes Donald Trump. And fails to point out several signs of illness by her. Reporter: And tonight, the latest fund-raising Numbers are in. Trump has picked up the pace, but Clinton is still far outraising and outspending her republican rival. Tom?
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