Donald Trump on Saturday made a trip up to Michigan, where he toured Southwest Detroit and addressed a predominantly black church. "The African-American faith community has been one of God's greatest gifts to America and its people," he said.
This is the first time Trump has addressed a largely black audience as a presidential candidate.
Some are questioning the motives behind his visit.
"He's aiming to use his appearance in a black city, with black people, to boost his stock among white middle-class voters," wrote Stephen Henderson of the Detroit Free Press.
People have been using the #TrumpInDetroit hashtag to share their thoughts on his trip.
Trump joined former presidential candidate Ben Carson in his neighborhood.