Republican Party to Fight for the Black Vote
By Rakesh Raman
Republican Party said Saturday it is committed to fighting for the black vote and giving every American an opportunity to achieve their dreams.
The Party claimed that Donald Trump is the first Republican presidential nominee to host an event during Congressional Black Caucus Week.
According to the Party, Trump is putting forth new ideas that will generate millions of good jobs, deliver school choice, and put the American people first once again.
Commenting about Hillary Clinton, Republican National Committee (RNC) chairman Reince Priebus said that she only represents more of the same stale Democrat policies which have failed black Americans for decades.
Over the past eight years, according to Priebus, black youth unemployment is up and paychecks are flat, but Hillary Clinton is merely rehashing an agenda that has moved America further away from prosperity for all.
Americans who want good jobs, high-performing schools, and safe neighborhoods can’t trust Hillary Clinton’s lip service on fixing the problems in our inner cities, and her stunning levels of dishonesty and corruption will further dissuade many African Americans who are already thinking twice about supporting her candidacy, RNC said in a statement.
The second and third presidential debates are being organized on October 9 and October 19 respectively. The date for the vice presidential debate between Tim Kaine and Mike Pence is October 4.
The U.S. presidential election is scheduled to take place Tuesday, November 8, 2016.
Photo courtesy: RNC