Across the board, the campaign plans to play up the strong economy and historic low unemployment.
For Hispanics: They’ll emphasize that Trump supports school choice and expanding educational opportunities.
For African Americans: The campaign will tout that how Trump supports health care policies that protect patients with pre-existing conditions. They’ll also play up the administration’s success on criminal justice reform.
Reality check: The administration is actively arguing that the courts should strike down the Affordable Care Act, including its protections for pre-existing conditions.
For suburban women: They’ll focus on how the “energy revolution” has made energy more affordable, creates jobs, and reduced carbon emissions. They’ll also highlight how the president supports dedicating $500 million over the next 10 years to fund childhood cancer research and therapies.