The Republican nominee for president, Donald Trump, has written a new book praising African Americans as one of the nation’s greatest civilizations.
In The Art of the Deal, Trump calls African Americans “the most creative and inventive people of our time,” and he also calls them “the greatest political force of our century.”
The book, released this week, is the latest to praise the country’s African-American heritage.
Trump’s campaign did not immediately respond to a request for comment about the book.
Trump wrote in The Art Of The Deal: “For over two centuries, African Americans have led the way in business, industry and education, while also working tirelessly to advance the cause of equality and social justice.
They’ve helped create jobs, brought prosperity and enriched our country.
Their contributions to our society are unmatched.
We owe them so much.
And we owe our descendants so much.”
The billionaire said in the book that the “most influential and influential black people in America” are his African-Americans.
“When the time comes for me to call you, I know you’ll be the first to congratulate me,” he writes.
“But I have a special message for you: You are a blessing to me.
You are the most influential and powerful black people I know.
And you are also the most beautiful people I’ve ever known.
You’ve given me a sense of meaning and purpose, and you’re the best people I ever met.
And now I can’t wait to see you.”
Trump has been criticized for calling African Americans inferior in his own book.
Trump says he wants to be known as a champion of all people, but critics have said his campaign rhetoric was racially insensitive.
In his book, Trump also says that African Americans deserve a seat at the table in the presidential race.
He said in an interview with MSNBC in March that he doesn’t want to be a “political candidate,” but he wants “to make a difference.”
Trump said he thinks that if African Americans vote in the Nov. 8 election, he can beat Hillary Clinton by a wide margin.