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Charlamagne tha God: I don’t see Trump doing well with Black vote

(NewsNation) — Media personality and co-host of “The Breakfast Club,” Charlamagne tha God isn’t one to mince words when it comes to critiquing political figures, regardless of their affiliation.

Charlamagne, known for his candid approach, discussed his views on President Joe Biden, whom he sees as lacking in inspiration for young voters, in a recent interview on NewsNation’s “Dan Abrams Live.”

“He’s not a good messenger in any way, shape, or form,” Charlamagne remarked, pointing out the president’s shortcomings in engaging the youth demographic.


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However, Charlamagne doesn’t reserve his critiques solely for Biden. He’s equally vocal about former President Donald Trump, expressing concerns over what he perceives as a threat to democracy should Trump win in 2024.

Despite facing criticism from both sides of the political spectrum, Charlamagne remains steadfast in his commitment to speaking his mind.

“When you ask me about a Trump or Biden presidency, the first thing I’d say is, I believe America deserves better. I wish we had more options, but we don’t,” he said.

Biden is losing support among key demographics as polls show his favorability is down among Black voters. Recent polling data suggests an increase in the African American support for Trump.

Charlamagne dismissed these numbers as unrealistic, emphasizing that while there may be a temporary bump, he doubts Trump will secure 22% of the Black vote in November.


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“It isn’t even just about whether somebody is Black or white. People are just looking at the state of the country,” he said. “There’s just a lot of issues that people feel [other] candidates are better on: the economy in particular and what’s going on at the border right now.”

Charlamagne highlighted the disparity between positive economic indicators and the lived experiences of many Americans, particularly those in marginalized communities. He emphasized the importance of policies that address the needs of all citizens, regardless of race or socioeconomic status.

“You can keep saying that the economy is better, you can keep saying that more jobs are being created. But if people aren’t feeling it in the hood and in those rural areas, it’s just gonna be a talking point,” he said.

Despite his criticisms of Trump and Biden, he expressed willingness to host Trump on his show, acknowledging the significance of engaging with influential figures, regardless of personal disagreements.

Charlamagne underscored the importance of nuanced discussions and challenging the status quo.