President Trump may have a secret weapon when November comes around. Black employment shot up through the month of July and the white-Black employment gap is at a historic low.
According to figures released by the Department of Labor on Friday, Black employment rose by 1.4% compared to a 0.6% gain for White employment.
Black employment hit historic highs during Trump’s time in office and is recovering rapidly in spite of the COVID-19 downturn.
While President Trump likely won’t run away with the Black vote in November, it may be enough to chip away at the Democrat monopoly on it.
Democrats have relied on the Black vote for decades to win elections and in the past, Republicans have failed to address the issues the community faces.
President Trump has succeeded where others have failed and the rising tide is raising all boats. The economy is recovering from the coronavirus shutdowns and that could prove important in November.
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