In order for the plantation Democrats to have a chance at defeating President Trump this November, they will need a minimum of 90 percent of the black vote. Well that ain’t happening. A landslide is coming for President Trump and the Republicans. #Blexit #Trump2020
— The Western Journal (@WestJournalism) February 29, 2020
So nice! https://t.co/rnhymmWJu6
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 28, 2020
Being “African American” is determined by your lineage.. being “Black” is determined by your willingness to serve and defend BLACK PEOPLE!! https://t.co/PyoGoobEPa
— Jack Brewer (@JackBrewerBSI) February 28, 2020
— Evangelist Alveda King (@AlvedaCKing) February 28, 2020
The way I popped into view 😂🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/7TUohlm1rB
— Angela Stanton-King (@theangiestanton) February 28, 2020
Ex-NFL player declares Trump America’s ‘first black president’
Former NFL safety Jack Brewer made the comment during a round table discussion with the president at the White House that included supporters from the African American community.
The Hill, February 28, 2020:
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- Brewer praised Trump for his policies on prison reform.
- The comment comes as the Trump campaign has moved to ramp up outreach to black voters.
- The Trump campaign is opening 15 community centers in diverse cities to target black voters.
A former NFL player declared President Trump the “first black president” Thursday during a Black History Month round table discussion at the White House.
“Mr. President, I don’t mean to interrupt, but I’ve got to say this because it’s Black History Month: man, you are the first black president,” Former NFL safety Jack Brewer, who was a guest at the roundtable, told Trump.
The comment sparked a round of applause from the president’s other supporters who were in attendance, which included Martin Luther King Jr.’s niece Alveda King, conservative media personalities Diamond and Silk and others.
Brewer said he was a Democrat all his life until he was “changed” and “inspired” by President Trump.
“You’ve changed me. You touched me. And you made my work go to another level. You inspire me. And every time I go into those prisons and I ask my guys how many of them had their sentences reduced and they raise their hands, I know I’m doing God’s work and I thank you for that,” Brewer said.
The former Vikings player is an ordained minister and Fordham University professor.
The comment was likely a reference to the “first black president” nickname given to former President Bill Clinton by novelist Toni Morrison in 1998.
The Trump campaign has moved to court black voters in recent weeks, particularly in diverse cities in swing states. The campaign announced this week it is opening community centers in 15 major cities across the country to ramp up outreach to black voters.
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