How pathetic. And sickeningly pointless. It's one thing to hire a few hundred actors to stand in the lobby of Trump Tower when he announced his candidacy, but if they don't get several thousand people at this "rally" who come on their own, adding a couple hundred is not going to made *any* difference -- and having a few dozen or even a hundred "people of color" in a crowd of a couple thousand is going to be meaningless.
And that's aside from how pathetic this is. Assuming, of course, that it's true. Obviously it may not be. But given that he actually did hire actors for his campaign announcement, I don't think it sounds unreasonable. And unfortunately, he lost the benefit of the doubt long ago.
Is it too unreal? I'd have said that about Donald Trump being president, but there he is. And about insulting the Khans. And ridiculing a disabled reporter. And the "grab the pussy" tape. And smearing war hero John McCain for being captured. And telling Putin to hack U.S. emails. And making Jared Kushner his top adviser for everything. And supporting the "very nice" Nazis and the Klan. And on and on. And given that he *did* do this when announcing his campaign, it's probably the "most believable" thing of all the unbelievable things on his plate. Certainly it's possible that it's not true. And it's so ludicrous enough to be untrue. But as I said, my starting position is, while willing to be skeptical, he lost the benefit of the doubt for pretty much anything long ago.
And giving support to it being real, the ad was taken down when word got out about it. And apparently the Trump people did pay for people to cheer at his Orlando rally.
That said, to be totally fair, if it's shown demonstrably that this is untrue, I will of course immediately delete it. And explain that it was not real. But to me, the burden of proof is on the Trump organization.
On the other hand, maybe there are some "very nice" Nazis and Klansmen who are looking for a way to help recoup costs for the Confederate uniform costumes.