The president was joined at the event by several of his most prominent African American surrogates. A Washington Post-ABC News poll in late October found that just 7 percent of African Americans approve of Trump's job performance, compared with 49 percent of whites and 38 percent of Americans overall.
Trump says public benefits should be protected for American citizens and says today's Democratic Party has no idea how to help black Americans.
Trump did not expand on how that would happen, pivoting instead to complaining about Robert Mueller's investigation and the current impeachment inquiry.
In 2016, 6% of black voters supported Trump, according to a Pew Research Center analysis of people who participated in its polls and were confirmed to have voted.
Carson compared the Democrats to slave owners who tried to manipulate and intimidate African-Americans to keep them divided and enslaved. "Today, they say if you are a conservative, you're somehow an Uncle Tom, you're a awful person, a demon". 'What a bunch of crap, ' the mild-mannered ex-brain surgeon added.
Carson said that he had gotten used to criticism as a black conservative, noting his time in leftist communities like Detroit, Baltimore, and Washington, DC.
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The IPCC has previously admitted that climate models can't be used to accurately predict long-term changes in the climate. Arguments that Trump echoed in his 2017 announcement .
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Ja'Ron Smith, a deputy assistant to the president and one of the administration's highest-ranking black officials, said: "When President Trump talks about forgotten communities, he's talking about those low-income communities that still look the same since nearly the riots of the late '60s and have been decimated by trade policies that have chased middle class opportunities away from those communities". The author later admitted that the idea of a resistance was rather hopeless, stating, "Unelected bureaucrats and cabinet appointees were never going to steer Donald Trump the right direction in the long run, or refine his malignant management style". "He needs to get a lesson from the real racists". But Trump and his campaign also have a tendency to exaggerate the gains, giving Trump credit for trends that were years in the making, seizing on momentary upticks, cherry-picking favorable statistics and ignoring more troubling ones, such as black home ownership and net worth.
"The only one who ever was flawless was Jesus and they crucified him", Carson said.
He and the vice-president, Mike Pence, cited the administration's record on creation of economic "opportunity zones", the low black unemployment rate nationally and the administration's anti-abortion stance, to loud cheers.
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He spoke at length about the importance of African American contributions to the character of the United States.
Last month, Trump said the House's impeachment inquiry against him amounted to a "lynching", invoking a violent period of racism in America's history.