Trump Praised for Outreach to Black Voters

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The Trump campaign has repeatedly maintained outreach to black voters throughout the 2020 presidential election. Black Voices for Trump is a key coalition of African-Americans who support the president, his policies, and another four years of the current White House administration.
As the Trump campaign continues outreach and communications with black voters, the Biden campaign couldn’t provide a more stark contrast. Earlier this year, Biden came under fire for telling The Breakfast Club host Charlamagne Tha God that if black voters aren’t sure of whether to vote for him over Trump, then they “ain’t black.”

After intense backlash, the former vice president was forced to apologize; however, his “you ain’t black” slip came back to haunt him during a recent town hall event. Now, Charlamagne Tha God believes that black support for Trump is a result of Trump’s outreach to the black community and black voters, Breitbart News confirms.

Reviewing the Trump Campaign’s Outreach to Black Voters

Many polls and political analyses have shown an increase in black voters’ support for President Trump. During an interview with CNN, Charlamagne Tha God explained why he thinks this is the case.

Ultimately, The Breakfast Club host credited the 45th president’s decision to “direct ads” towards and “court” young black men and black voters in general. Charlamagne Tha God then stated that the “old Democratic regime” relies on merely speaking to old black men and then assuming that the rest of the black community will vote blue.

Getting Out the Vote

With early voting officially underway, getting Americans out to vote is the most important thing for the Trump campaign. In certain states, there are already record turnout levels of early voting with much more to come.
President Trump continues to travel across the nation to earn the votes of Americans from all backgrounds and ethnicities. Likewise, the vice president and members of the first family are hitting the campaign trails themselves and encouraging Americans to vote and vote early.

Tonight, President Trump will debate Joe Biden for the final time. Both candidates will be able to answer questions and make their cases for why they deserve to win this election. Multiple polls have shown the president leading Biden in states like Arizona, Michigan, and others.
What do you think about the Trump campaign’s outreach to black voters? How much of the black vote do you think the president will win in the 2020 presidential election? Let us know your predictions down below in the comments section.