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Black Women Who Made Pro-Trump Video: We've Gotten Death Threats

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The two black women who became online viral sensations after enthusiastically expressing their support for GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump have received death threats and were spurned by MSNBC, they tell Newsmax TV.

Diamond and Silk, who have begun using only their nicknames, told "The Hard Line" host Ed Berliner on Monday they aren't worried about their safety.

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"We're gonna be OK. We're gonna be just fine," Diamond said.

"Everyone is entitled to their own opinion, but we're also entitled to our opinion, and we still want to continue to stump for the Trump," she said.

Diamond is the main speaker in a series of videos the women have uploaded to YouTube with the title "The Viewers View." It is their recent love for Trump that has really brought attention to their sometimes salty commentaries.

They currently can be seen on their website WeBeSisters.com.

The "Stump for Trump Girls," as they have come to call themselves, have appeared on Newsmax TV, Yahoo News and multiple CNN programs. But their recently scheduled MSNBC appearance was canceled at the last minute after the women refused to provide their employers' names and "deep personal information," they wrote on their website.

"They must have felt like we weren't liberal, and they're probably scared that it's two African-Americans stumping for Trump," Silk told Newsmax TV.

The two responded to Trump's critics, telling Berliner that they didn't even know that Sen. Lindsey Graham, who has said Trump is dragging down the GOP, was still in the race.

When asked about the $100 billion-plus cost of building a border wall with Mexico, Diamond replied, "If they can send billions of dollars overseas, that wall should have already been up."

As for claims from Mexico that it would not pay for a wall as Trump says, Diamond said she has faith Trump will make it happen.

"When you're a leader, you got to go ahead and call the shots," she said.

As to Trump's plan to end birthright citizenship, Diamond said a loophole in the law has been abused.

"They come over here and have babies and bog down the system," she said. "If they're not putting back in the system, why are they over here? If you truly want to be an American then make sure you get legalized when you cross that border."

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