Trump steps up Hispanic outreach

Donald Trump is making an effort to reach Hispanic voters by promising to solve the problem of minority unemployment.

In a video address to the National Hispanic Leadership Conference, Trump portrayed himself as the candidate best suited to meet the needs of Hispanic voters.

"We're going to take care of minority unemployment," Trump said. "It's a huge problem. It's really unfair to minorities and we are going to solve that problem. And it's going to be solved once and for all."

The presumptive GOP nominee performs poorly with minority voters and Hispanics in national polling. A New York Times/CBS News survey released on Friday showed 68 percent of nonwhite voters view Trump unfavorably. Just 23 percent of Hispanics said they would vote for Trump in a Fox News Latino poll unveiled on Friday.