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Trump looks to win over black voters ahead of 2020

USATODAY.com Friday, 8 November 2019
President Donald Trump looked to win over African-American voters Friday as he launched a new "Black Voices for Trump" outreach initiative in Atlanta. Trump told the crowd Democrats have 'sabotaged you for far too long.' (Nov. 8)
 
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President Trump will launch the 'Black Voices For Trump' coalition during an event on November 8 aiming to increase his support among black voters.

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