President Trump’s Support From Blacks DOUBLES Since Election, Despite Fake News Claiming He’s Racist

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Although President Trump got more votes from blacks than any other modern Republican nominee, his message of “what do you have to lose” seems to have been proven effective after 1 year of prosperity. Black employment is at an all-time high under the so-called “racist-in-cheif”, coincidendtly after 8 long years of economic disparity under the first black President, Barack Obama.

Democrats can attempt to distract from President Trump’s positive results by crying false claims of racism, but that won’t stop him from helping the African-American community.

From the Gateway Pundit:

Trump Doubles Support Among Blacks Since 2016 Election

January 15, 2018 by Jim Hoft 124 Comments

President Trump continues to gain support among black voters despite the constant accusations of racism from white liberals.

Black employment in the US is currently at an all-time high under President Trump.

President Trump has doubled his support from black voters according to a recent poll.

Breitbart.com reported:

Two new polls show President Donald Trump’s rising support among black voters, highlighting his political gains from pushing employers to hire Americans instead of lower-wage migrants.
The growing support from blacks — despite furious Democratic claims of racism — could become a shocking political validation in November when Trump will face millions of upper-income Democratic voters who are angry at his “Buy American, Hire American” policies.

Among black men, Trump’s “2017 average approval rating significantly exceeds his 2016 vote share,” admitted a January 11 article in the Atlantic by author Ronald Brownstein. “23 percent of black men approved of Trump’s performance versus 11 percent of black women,” said the article.

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That score averages out to 17 percent, or twice the 8 percent score he was given in the 2016 exit polls.

In November 2016, Trump got 13 percent support among black men and 4 percent support among black women, according to the exit polls. That very low support was critical to his victory in the Democrats’ now-demolished “Blue Wall” states.

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