Trump is losing support from black Republicans: “It’s almost as if Trump doesn’t really care”

His already low job approval among black Americans has dropped 60% since his first week in office.

Conservative talk radio host Tracey Winbush drew the line on supporting President Donald Trump somewhere around the word “shithole.”

The Youngstown, Ohio, native and president of the state’s Black Republicans Association has been fielding calls about Trump’s remarks calling Haiti and African nations “shithole countries” since the Washington Post broke the story on Jan. 11.

“I don’t think anyone appreciated the comment across the board unless you’re just a blatant racist,” Winbush, who served as a Mahoning County chair for Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign, said in a phone interview with . “I don’t believe

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