The label stuck and was used by more and more people as his campaign grew and he eventually captured the GOP nomination.
As president, Donald Trump has gone out of his way to disprove the lie that he’s some bigoted white supremacist who cares nothing for anyone but white people.
One of the biggest things he’s done for all Americans regardless of skin color is to create a pro-growth economy that is lifting all Americans up.
In fact, as The Daily Caller notes, food stamp rolls have declined by millions in the Trump economy.
That’s not all. POTUS Trump’s economic policies have led to historic employment levels for blacks and Hispanics.
African American unemployment is the lowest ever recorded in our country. The Hispanic unemployment rate dropped a full point in the last year and is close to the lowest in recorded history. Dems did nothing for you but get your vote! #NeverForget @foxandfriends
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 8, 2018
And yet he’s still accused by the lunatic Left of being the worst enemy American minorities have.
Of course, not every minority believes that lie.
That includes The Rev. Darrell Scott, a Cleveland pastor and co-founder of the president’s National Diversity Coalition.
At a meeting with inner-city pastors at the White House (did you hear about this from the disgustingly dishonest ‘mainstream media’?), POTUS Trump touted the employment numbers for minorities and his administration’s work on prison reform.
Scott called Trump “the most pro-black president that we’ve had in our lifetime”— which, of course, includes the first black president, Barack Obama.
“This president actually wants to prove something to our community, our faith-based community and our ethnic community,” Scott said, The Daily Signal reported.
The site noted further:
“We have increased and created 3.7 million jobs since Election Day. African-American and Hispanic unemployment rates have reached the lowest levels in recorded history,” Trump said during the meeting with 11 pastors.
One pastor present called Trump “the most pro-black president” of their lifetimes.
Trump credited the economic boom to congressional Republicans’ tax cuts, deregulation, and the White House’s “bold workforce initiative” to train and retrain over 4 million Americans.
The pastors said mostly supportive things about the president during the portion of the meeting open to the press pool.
The Rev. John Gray, senior pastor at Relentless Church in Greenville, South Carolina, led the meeting with a prayer.
The Rev. Phillip Goudeaux, of Calvary Christian Center in Sacramento, asked Trump not to “give up on California,” prompting laughter.
Slowly but surely POTUS Trump is winning over critics and proving that the Left is and always has been wrong about him when it comes to how he treats all fellow Americans.