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African Americans and the Republican Party.

Updated on September 3, 2016

Renewing old relationship.

.Blacks or African Americans now have the opportunity to vote for a change they wanted in their neighborhoods; a change that they have aspired for in a long time, voting for the Democrats, but has failed to materialize.

The chance has come for them to try to restore their relationship with the Republican Party, whose presidential nominee has promised them a better quality of life; and again, a change they have pursued, but has not been forthcoming with the Democrats.

Nevertheless, voting for the Republican Party would be a change that would be worth trying to have; and that would be different from the status-quo, froth with so many failures, that the Democratic Party has offered them for more than fifty years.

Donald Trump, the Republican Party nominee, has been doing all he could, to court their friendship and cooperation, and asking them to vote for him to win the 2016 U.S. presidential, general election.

He has assured them that their efforts would not be in vain, if he should become U.S. president.

EMMANUEL BANDOH.

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      Eric Dierker 9 months ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

      Well this sure makes sense to me. Does any Black person feel that the last 50 years has been a success in the global social experiment? Maybe for some it has been. But other than entertainers and sports I do not know a successful Black person that is a Democrat. And I do know a few.

      Much to think about.

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