Trump slip of the tongue says, "Make America White Again"
Bowman, North Dakota - During a campaign stop in the small town community of Bowman, North Dakota, Donald Trump's polished campaign had the rare slip-up during a rally. Mr. Trump's speech reiterated his positions on national security by discussing his plans for a registry for non-Americans and calling for a ban on Muslims from entering the United States. In addition, Mr. Trump insisted that Mexico would pay and build for a wall along the southern border. As the crowd began to chant his name, Mr. Trump closed his speech by shouting "Make America White Again" before existing the stage.
Most of the attendees appeared oblivious to this verbal faux pas. When asked if the comment would be problematic for the campaign, the head of the Trump campaign for Bowman, Erik Schmidt, said "This is a non-issue and one word doesn't make Donald a racist. We need to look at the totality of his speech today and not let one word detract from his message. Frankly, I find it ridiculous that I even have to comment on this."
When asked to comment, the Democratic National Council responding that they thought the slogan had always been "Make America White Again"