POLITICAL NEWS – To improve his chances of securing black votes, Republican presidential candidate, Donald Trump, has appointed Omarosa Manigault as his Director of African-American outreach for his campaign.
Manigault gained fame as a former contestant on Trump’s NBC show “The Apprentice” where she built a reputation as a feisty, cutthroat competitor who would go to great lengths to please the real estate mogul.
Trump has struggled to secure African-American endorsements in his bid to become president.
A recent Wall Street Journal poll shows Trump has zero percent support among African Americans in Pennsylvania and Ohio, which is Manigult’s home state.
The same poll shows Hillary Clinton as having 88 percent support among African American voters in Ohio and 91 percent in Pennsylvania.