CNN's Van Jones Issues Warning to Democrats About Trump

  • 2020-02-05
  • Source: TTN
  • by: TTN Staff
 
CNN's Van Jones has issued a warning to Democrats about Trump's possible growing popularity within the African American community.

Despite the media and the left calling President Trump racist, which they do to every Republican, Trump has continued to highlight the success of minority and inner-city communities.

In other words, Trump continues to achieve quantitative and qualitative results why the Democrats just call him names.

According to The Daily Caller:

CNN analyst Van Jones told Democrats to “wake up” Tuesday night because President Donald Trump is “effective” in “going after enough black votes to cause us problems.”

“What he was saying to African-Americans can be effective,” Jones told a CNN panel following Trump’s State of the Union address. “You may not like it but he mentioned HBCUs [Historic Black Colleges and Universities]: black colleges have been struggling for a long time, a bunch of them have gone under, he threw a lifeline to them in real life in his budget. He talked about this. He talked about criminal justice reform. He talked about Opportunity Zones.”

Jones insisted that blacks will inevitably see past his rhetoric, such as Trump’s reported use of the phrase “sh**-hole nations” to describe third-world countries and embrace the polices that Trump is promoting.

“The thing about it is, and we’ve got to wake up, folks, there’s a whole bubble thing that goes on. Well he said s-hole nations, therefore all black people are going to hate him forever. That ain’t necessarily so. I think what you’re going to see him do, you may not like my rhetoric, but look at my results and my record for black people. If he narrow casts that, it’s going to be effective,” he said.

Jones who partnered with Trump on criminal justice reform has praised his efforts in the area in the past warned Democrats not to underestimate Trump's ability to tap into black and minority voters in 2020.

 Source: TTN

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