Transcript for Trump and Clinton on the Campaign Trail
Both campaigns expected to amp up. Donald Trump swaying to music at an african-american church in Detroit. Looking for support. And Hillary Clinton aiming for Ohio's swing state territory tomorrow after spending lots of time with donors. Here's Mary Bruce. Reporter: Donald Trump marking a major first. I am here to listen to you. Reporter: Swaying along, at a Detroit church service Saturday. As he made the rare direct appeal to african-american voters. I fully understand that the african-american community has suffered from discrimination and that there are many wrongs that must still be made right. Reporter: Trump debuting a more subdued tone. After his fiery appeals in front of nearly all-white crowds. I'm asking for the vote of every single african-american citizen. You're living in poverty, your schools are no good. You have no jobs. What the hell do you have to lose? Reporter: Trump supporter Ben Carson showing him around his old Detroit neighborhood. When I was growing up, it was a very prosperous city. Reporter: Carson's memories of the old days interrupted by this bizarre moment. My luggage. Hold on. Reporter: Meanwhile, pastor mark burns is admitting he overstated his resume after this contentious interview. Thank you so much. I appreciate you coming. Reporter: As for Hillary Clinton, she's been noticeably quiet on the trail, fundraising and still avoiding the press. Is this going to change? All the time, as Hillary is on the trail, she's talking to the press. Hundreds of interviews. I'm doing the same. Labor day to election day stretch, it's going to ramp up even more. Reporter: Clinton will be on the trail here in Ohio tomorrow. But no word on when her next full-blown press conference will be. It's now been 2 P -- 274 days since her last one. Mary, thank you. Now to a story that has gripped much of the country for
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