No. He did not mention those people. He was not asked about them, either. Plus, I’m sure had he been asked, he would have said something like this:
There have always be black people who have betrayed their people — whether for money, or status, or whatever. That’s why throughout history there was never a successful slave revolt because somebody always would “run and tell that.”
Also, in this case, those black Christians and black “conservatives” who support Trump generally are a minute minority among the vast sea of black people who understand Trump and company as an existential threat to our very being. Whereas, those white “Christian evangelicals” who have always supported our dehumanization number in the multi-millions — and always have.