Philadelphia police gather along North Broad Street on Sept, 2, 2016 in Philadelphia. Donald Trump stumps today for African-American votes in a private meeting at "The View," a North Broad Street catering hall run by a nonprofit operated by Greater Exodus Baptist Church.
Philadelphia police gather along North Broad Street on Sept, 2, 2016 in Philadelphia. Donald Trump stumps today for African-American votes in a private meeting at "The View," a North Broad Street catering hall run by a nonprofit operated by Greater Exodus Baptist Church. David Maialetti TNS
Philadelphia police gather along North Broad Street on Sept, 2, 2016 in Philadelphia. Donald Trump stumps today for African-American votes in a private meeting at "The View," a North Broad Street catering hall run by a nonprofit operated by Greater Exodus Baptist Church. David Maialetti TNS

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