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Former President Donald Trump’s campaign strategy is going full fledge, with a rally in the South Bronx, one of the most Democratic and diverse areas in the nation in his attempt to woo the African American and Hispanic voters.

On the other hand, a well-known adviser to Donald Trump was asked this week what the former president would have done differently had he been in office on the Israel war in Palestine. This is because the Republican party is putting efforts into winning the hearts of Arab Americans.

Strategic Venue Choice to win Hispanics?

Trump’s decision to hold a rally in the South Bronx, a departure from his usual majority-white rally locations, indicates a strategic move to appeal to minority voters, particularly Black and Hispanic communities. This is noteworthy given the Bronx’s demographic and economic challenges.

By campaigning in a traditionally Democratic stronghold, Trump aims to project an image of inclusivity and broaden his appeal. This aligns with his broader strategy to position himself as a representative of all Americans, regardless of background.

Trump’s rally aims to highlight his perceived strengths in economic and immigration policies, which he argues could resonate with voters dissatisfied with the current administration. This approach targets economic frustrations and security concerns prevalent among some minority communities.

Trump’s tough-guy image and claims that his legal challenges make him relatable to Black voters disillusioned with the criminal justice system is a controversial but calculated rhetoric aimed at gaining sympathy and support from these demographics.

The Arabs

Richard Grenell, a key Trump adviser, recently met with Arab American activists in Michigan, addressing their dissatisfaction with President Biden’s handling of the Israel-Hamas conflict. While Grenell emphasized Trump’s foreign policy record and its impact on global stability, attendees felt he lacked specific policy proposals.

This outreach aims to capitalize on Arab American discontent with Biden, though skepticism remains due to Trump’s controversial immigration policies and previous comments.

The meeting, also attended by Trump’s son-in-law Michael Boulos and others, highlights ongoing efforts to sway key voter blocs in swing states ahead of the 2024 election.

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