Donald Trump said a lot of things behind closed doors that he wouldn’t want people talking about. Now one big thing he said about America’s Black population is coming to light in a new tell-all book. We have seen an excerpt from this upcoming work and it has quite a story about the 45th POTUS to tell.
Trump provided the Wall Street Journal’s Mike Bender with some very exclusive access. In his new book “Frankly, We Did Win This Election: The Inside Story of How Trump Lost,” he is letting people know what he heard and saw in the room where it happens. This particular story shares a little insight about how Trump views the African American population in this country. He knows that they “f*cking hate” him, but he can’t get his head around why.
For Father’s Day in 2020, what Donald Trump mostly wanted was to avoid his son-in-law. It was Jared Kushner who had talked the president into hiring Brad Parscale to run a campaign that was now, just months before the election, in freefall. And when most Americans rejected Trump’s unreasonably truculent response to the civil unrest that was sweeping the country, the president also blamed Kushner. Trump privately told advisers that he wished he’d been quicker to support police and more aggressive in his pushback against protesters
Trump had staked nearly his entire campaign in 2016 around a law-and-order image, and now groaned that the criminal justice reform that Kushner had persuaded him to support made him look weak and — even worse — hadn’t earned him any goodwill among Black voters
“I’ve done all this stuff for the Blacks — it’s always Jared telling me to do this,” Trump said to one confidante on Father’s Day. “And they all f*cking hate me, and none of them are going to vote for me.”
Donald Trump is still talking to whoever will listen as he tries to make his way back to social media in a hurry. The political unrest in America has not settled own much at all, but now that we are distancing ourselves from the former US President these kind of books will continue providing us a glimpse about what was really going on while everyone was obsessing over what he put on Twitter.
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