Donald Trump slammed the Democratic party in his latest pitch to African-American voters on Tuesday night, calling it the party of "slavery, the party of Jim Crow and the party of oppression."

Speaking to voters in Everett, Wash., Trump told his supporters there is "nothing that makes me more honored and proud than to be the nominee of Abraham Lincoln's Republican party."

"I will not accept a future in which children of any color in this country are not fully included in the American Dream," he said to cheers. "Our whole country loses when we leave millions of talented, aspiring Americans on the sidelines — which is happening all the time."

He continued, "Remember, and most people don't know this, the Republican Party is the party of Lincoln, the party of freedom, equality and opportunity."

"It is the Democratic Party that is the party of slavery, the party of Jim Crow, the party of oppression," said the GOP presidential nominee.

Trump speech comes 24 hours before he is expected to broaden his outreach to Hispanics, a voting bloc among which he has faced similar difficulties appealing to.

Both the candidate and Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto confirmed on Twitter late Tuesday night that they plan to meet ahead of the billionaire's immigration speech in Arizona Wednesday evening.