John Derbyshire provided some prudent advice to the Trump campaign a couple of weeks ago--don't talk about race. Just don't do it.
Nationalism is implicit white nationalism. Propositionalism is fantasy. The propositions are propped up by WEIRDOs of northwestern European descent. Without them, the requisite propositions will always fail because it's not in NAM nature to honor them.
With regards to talking about race as far as electoral consequences go, it's all drawback for the god-emperor. As president Trump, sure, give us the honest conversation Eric Holder said he wanted but most certainly did not actually want.
Let Diamond and Silk do their thing. Let Darrell Scott do his, too. Frame everything in terms of America First for Trump, America Last for Hillary. Bring Jamiel Shaw Sr. out at rallies and speeches. While blacks are less hostile towards immigration than whites are, there's still a sizable minority who are skeptical. A Reuters-Ipsos poll found that, among likely general election voters, 1-in-3 blacks (compared to 1-in-2 whites) say immigrants weaken society by being a "threat to beliefs and customs":
That's a much larger share of blacks than will vote for Trump. It indicates that Trump's masterful Arizona speech has at least the theoretical potential to peel some slaves off the Democrat plantation.