[Ed. – When all is said and done, the Democratic nominee will have to run against Trump’s strong economic record. That’s always been a game changer.]
A poll of registered black voters shows support for President Trump has increased by 50 percent, and a large number are unhappy with the Democrat Party.
The far-left Politico does its best to play down how potentially important this result is, but as former White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer perfectly put it: “[T]he real headline should have been: ‘Trump Triples McCain Vote and Doubles Romney Vote Among Black Voters.’”
Referring to his former boss, George W. Bush, Fleischer adds, “[Trump] even runs ahead of Bush. Small inroads among overwhelmingly D[emocrat] black voters can go a long way.”
In 2016, Trump earned eight percent of the black vote. …
In 2012, serial loser Mitt Romney only got six percent of the black vote. …
In 2008, John McCain could only earn 4 percent of the black vote, but did earn 31 percent of the Hispanic vote.