Republican presidential hopeful Donald TrumpDonald TrumpFrench president rips Trump’s Paris comments By any other name: Revised Trump border rules will still be a Muslim ban Trump's first dinner out in DC: His own hotel MORE on Thursday night said Democratic front-runner Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonPerez to hit the Sunday shows following election victory Five takeaways from CPAC Clinton: Dems will be 'strong, unified' with Perez MORE has done little for the African-American community during her lengthy career as a public servant.

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“But I listen to her, she’s been there forever,” Trump said on Fox News’s “Hannity.” “She’s talking about how she’s going to help African Americans. What has she been doing for the last 25 years?

“She’s been there, you know, that whole machine ... it’s been there for years, so many years. They haven’t done anything,” he added.

Trump promised that, if he wins the Republican nomination, he will win the black vote in a general election.

“I will tell you, African-Americans, if I get the nomination, will come to me,” he said. “We will have so many African-Americans, because they understand me, they know me.

“They know I’m going to bring back jobs from China, from Mexico,” he added. “I’m going to create jobs, great jobs, not the kind of jobs they have right now.”

Clinton and rival Democratic candidate Bernie SandersBernie SandersPerez to hit the Sunday shows following election victory How Perez edged Ellison for DNC chair Clinton: Dems will be 'strong, unified' with Perez MORE are in heated competition for support from minority voters.

Sanders on Wednesday met with civil rights activist Al Sharpton, and Clinton is scheduled to meet with him on Tuesday. 

The Congressional Black Caucus PAC also endorsed Clinton on Thursday.