Donald Trump's apology for the explicit language heard in a leaked videotape last week "put a lot of faith" back into people who have continued to stand behind him, the vice chairperson of the GOP nominee's national diversity coalition said Tuesday.
"I would say this, I am still on the Trump train, and I'm not going anywhere," the official, Brunell Donald-Kyei told Fox News' "Fox & Friends" program. "I was so excited after 15 months, people said he would never apologize."
But he did apologize, and "then he came in like the political rock star that he is at the debate on Sunday, and just wiped the floor with Hillary Clinton on the issues," Donald-Kyei said. "If Donald Trump stays on the issues, we are going into the White House. All of America, America's first candidate, will go into the House when he stays on the issues."
Donald-Kyei said she supports Trump "because he's going to pick the next Supreme Court justices," and for other reasons.
"He did not give 20 percent of our uranium to the Russians and then receive $145 million into his foundation like the Clinton Foundation," said Donald-Kyei. "Because he did not mistreat the Haitian people. Because he did not mishandle $6 billion of our American money. Because he did not sit on the board of Lafarge which is funding ISIS like Hillary Clinton and then telling me you are going to beat ISIS while you are helping fund ISIS? Doesn't make any sense to me."
Trump also "isn't going to bring 550 percent of Syrian refugees into our country, when we know that it's going to cause problems." she continued. "Look what's going on in Germany. Hillary said even in the emails, WikiLeaks, love you WikiLeaks, told us, basically she said they can't be vetted."
Donald-Kyei said she'd also like tell establishment Republicans who are backing away from Trump that there are "more of us Americans" who will stand behind Trump.
"They told Ronald Reagan to step down and he served two terms of presidency," said Donald-Kyei. "Bill Clinton, they knew he had those rape allegations on him, but he still did two terms. Donald Trump is going nowhere but to Pennsylvania Avenue on Jan. 20, 2017. I'm going to tell every Republican if you are a conservative, Democrats who are tired of the drama, Donald J. Trump is the next president. Let's stand behind him."
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