Donald Trump was elected and the first thing we heard since from the haters is that he was a racist. However, that can be easily negated by the minorities who are currently working in his offices.
One of them is Lynn Patton, who is an African-American assistant to Donald Trump and Vice President at the Eric Trump Foundation. Here is what Patton had to say about this claim, “To equate racism with my boss’ call for a temporary moratorium on a flawed immigration system that radical Islamic terrorists continue to exploit, or the construction of an impassible wall to protect our borders from the influx of illegal drugs is not only incendiary.”
Patton says in the video. “It’s wholly irresponsible and only serves to embolden the very hatred these draconian groups espouse.”
Patton was a clear witness of what Trump and his family have done for the less fortunate and the minorities, regarding charity work and financial aid in any aspect necessary.
Alabama is the home state of Patton, so she was a direct victim of racism during the ’50s.
Since she clearly knows her history, she can directly compare what racism feels like to what Trump is called out for.
Her mind is strictly positive that Donald Trump will build the wall between Mexico and America but she does not see this as racist.
She compares true racism with today’s claims based on what she and her father have experienced in the 1950s before the Civil Rights Era began.
Patton thanks, Trump on her and her family’s behalf for taking care of them, saying her family members are shocked the people of America (liberals, that is) perceive him as something so incorrect.
As she said, the allegations of racism that Trump received are unfounded and hysterical, even. She then spoke of Hillary Clinton, stating she has done far less for the minorities and much more talking.
For the African-American Community, these elections were of great importance and they will be able to see true changes and prosperity, now that Trump has become President-Elect. And, should we even mention the benefits that are upon us in all economic fields, especially in those families who fall into the low-income category families?
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