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Surprisingly, Donald Trump is not making headlines today for alienating a minority group. Instead, the reality TV star turned politician is garnering attention for trying to appeal to a particular minority group. The Republican Presidential nominee is polling with an absolutely embarrassing average of 2-percent support among likely Black voters, something which prompted his recent courting of the politically alienated community. In fact, in a four-way matchup including candidates Jill Stein and Gary Johnson, Trump ranks dead last.

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“I’m asking for the vote of every African-American citizen struggling in our country today that wants a different and much better future,” Trump said during a speech in West Bend, Wisconsin. “The Democratic party has failed and betrayed the African-American community. The Democratic party has taken the votes of African-Americans for granted. They’ve just assumed they’ll get your support and done nothing in return for it. They’ve taken advantage of the African-American citizen. It’s time to give the Democrats some competition for these votes, and it’s time to rebuild the inner-cities of America and reject the failed leadership of a failed political system.”

There’s certainly some truth to The Donald’s words, but will they sway votes his way? Nah, son. No matter how honest The Donald is in his diagnosis of the relationship between the Democratic Party and African-Americans, he’s still racist AF. And we’re not talking about a little racist like, say, Ellen DeGeneres, but a lot of racist like, say, David Duke. Below are documented examples of Trump trolling the African-American community he’s now courting.

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Exclusive: So, Is The New “Friday” Movie Really Happening … Or Nah?!



There’s Friday, Next Friday, Friday After Next … and now maybe Last Friday?

Fans have been begging Ice Cube to bring back his uber popular Friday franchise for years. And now that his look-a-like son, O’Shea Jackson Jr., is killing the thespian game, just like his pops, a reboot seems all the more possible, right?

Just last week, comedian DC Young Fly posted a pic on Instagram teasing his fans about the possibility of himself and Jackson, Jr. filling the roles of Smokey (originally played by Chris Tucker) and Craig.

And of course fans went crazy. But when we chatted with O’Shea during the press day for his new action film “Den of Thieves”, he was a bit more reserved about the idea.

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