Donald Trump and Republican National Committee officials met Saturday with Hispanic supporters to try to map out a strategy for attracting support from Latinos.

"The RNC joins the Trump campaign in recognizing the diverse group of Hispanic leaders who are generously giving their time and talent to be a part of the National Hispanic Advisory Council for Trump," RNC Chairman Reince Priebus was quoted in a statement from the organization. "Their participation is just one component of our expansive effort to engage the Hispanic community, and their contributions will help us compete for every vote in every community all the way through Election Day."

After the meeting, the NHAC discussed strategies "for ensuring the Hispanic community understands Mr. Trump's proposals," the statement said.

Two newly installed Trump campaign officials, campaign manager Kellyanne Conway and CEO Steve Bannon, were reportedly on hand for the session.

Trump has struggled with Latinos since literally Day One of his campaign, when he announced his run with a speech that referred to illegal immigrants from Mexico as "rapists."