Black male turnout for Trump wasn’t indicative of the president’s successful outreach efforts, but rather the long-standing relationship between this voting bloc and the GOP.
The Republican nominee doesn’t have many fans in the black community. But those who back him share similar personal and ideological characteristics.
The Republican frontman simply cannot overcome the legacy of his GOP predecessors.
Candidates have long used coded language to capitalize on subtle prejudices in the electorate—but will it work in 2016?