The strange world of Black Voices for Trump
The Guardian -

The president only won a paltry 8% of the black vote in 2016, but the organisation has powerful friends – so who are the people on its advisory board?

On 8 November in Atlanta, the birthplace of Martin Luther King, Donald Trump stood up to make his pitch to black voters.

“I’m thrilled to be here in the heart of Georgia to launch our incredible, new nationwide grassroots effort – think of this Blacks for Trump, Black Voices for Trump

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