President Trump Confronted by Black Voters Over Medical Care, Race at Town Hall
President Trump was toasted by voters who identify themselves as undecided, and it was a far cry from its rallies, as several of them kept the fire on issues like health and systemic racism … and didn’t have not backed down.
The Prez was challenged with many tough questions at an ABC News town hall in Philadelphia on Tuesday night … especially 2 undecided voters.
Assistant professor Ellesia Blaque told Trump how she had struggled with a pre-existing condition her entire life, adding that it was especially difficult for her as a black woman to get adequate medical care. Trump tried to cut him off but she didn’t and stopped him.
Trump went after Obama and spat a few lies about the Affordable Care Act … but that wasn’t ignored by ABC George stephanopoulos. As we said, this was not a Trump rally.
Then there was the pastor Carl Day, who called out Trump on his campaign slogan – “Make America Great Again”. Day asked Trump when the American had ever been great to African Americans living in the ghetto … and whether he was aware of how the deafened MAGA reverberated through the black community.
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