A group of Donald Trump's minority and women voters say they don't believe he is bigoted and are serving as his "eyes and ears on the ground."
The group, which calls itself the National Diversity Coalition for Trump, met briefly with the GOP front-runner at Trump Tower in Manhattan on the eve of the New York primary.
Darrell Scott, a pastor who is head of the group, said its members have "disdain for certain characterizations of Mr. Trump as bigoted, xenophobic, racist demagogue that we know to be untrue."
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