The Internet is full of articles predicting Donald Trump's star is burning out. They point to his dropping popularity in Wisconsin's primary Tuesday and his rock-bottom favorability rating with women.
Trump's support base is angry, working class people who feel overlooked and cheated by political correctness. His rallies have been interrupted by "Black Lives Matter" protestors. A black activist took to Twitter last week threatening riots if Trump wins.
Trump's candidacy has brought race up in a way we haven't see in decades. He's been called anti-black and anti-Hispanic.
Dr. Kimberly Moffitt is a professor at the University of Maryland Baltimore County. She joined ABC2's In Focus with perspective on how race is impacting the presidential election.