The report said Trump inaugurated as Biden underperformed with black, Latino men

As Politico reported, the lack of enthusiasm for Joe Biden from Black and Latino men could provide President Trump with the start of a seizure.

Although black women and Latins still strongly support Democrats, Biden’s leadership with Black and Latino men is clear, historically behind Democrats.

Last week, Biden’s running mate Kamala Harris allegedly conducted a call with big names in the black community such as rapper Jay-Z and radio host Charlamagan Tha God to tackle a question that surrounded the campaign: Biden’s How to exclude black male voters in full power.

Civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump, who most recently represented the families of George Floyd, Ahmed Erby and Jacob Blake, was also on call. He said participants urged Biden to provide more for black men rather than Trump’s alternative.

“It’s not just about the anti-Trump, but what we’re going to do on our behalf,” he told POLITICO.

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Crump said that in addition to talking about criminal justice and police reform, Black people want to hear about how Biden will build the business and fix the economy.

Meanwhile, Trump’s campaign is spending millions on digital ads focusing on the economy and criminal justice reform.

Crump also said that some black voters still take issue with Biden’s record in Congress, specifically his refusal to apologize for his role in the 1994 crime bill.

The lawyer said, “You have to go ahead and talk to yourself how it was a mistake.”

Trump, meanwhile, signed the First Step Act in 2018, which extended an early release to some felons in federal prison, prompting some black people to give Trump a second look.

Pollster Cornell Belcher, who worked on Barack Obama’s campaigns and is African American, told POLITICO that Black male voters are “not breaking up for Donald Trump”, but at this point “there doesn’t seem to be much difference between Democrats and Republicans” is. ”

Revh al Sharpton told news outlets that he often gets calls from black men on his radio show asking what Democrats would do for him.

“I called black people and said, ‘Well, what about us?”

Trump made a famous appeal to black voters in 2016, asking them, “What do you have to lose?”

Belcher stated that “there is a notable swath of voters who are coming back from Biden.” Last week, he shared voting figures with Congress to show Biden’s vulnerability with black people, especially youth.

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Republicans continue to take advantage of the inequality — the Trump campaign spent thousands on ads in urban radio markets last week in former NFL player Herschel Walker and Georgia State Democratic Rep. Vernon Jones. The campaign recently opened a Black and Latino center in Philadelphia, as well as a field office in Milwaukee on Martin Luther King Jr. Drive – the first for a Republican presidential candidate.

As for Latino men, Democrats acknowledge that the party has not always prioritized their interests, leaving some disillusionment with the political system. Politico noted that some Hispanic men who hail from countries with a long line of “strong” leaders may be drawn to Trump’s muscular leadership style. And Hispanic men recovering from socialist dictatorships are often the recourse of Democratic Party leftists.

In a recent Monmouth University poll, Biden received 67% support among Black, Latino and Asian voters, with a stronger leadership over Trump but more narrow, voters of color than the general Democratic leadership. Hillary Clinton won the same demographics in 2016, 74-21%.

Democratic pollster Josh Ulibari said it was long past the party’s shortfall with Latino.

“We are in this situation because we have not worked [to win over] Latino men in the last decade, ”he told POLITICO.

Sen. Bernie Sanders recently told Politico that Biden must reach beyond the establishment of Democrats to connect with young Latino voters through grassroots leaders in the community.

“But I think there is a possibility that if this is not done, the turnout in the Latino community may be lower than ours and as a result Biden may lose some very important states,” he said.

In Arizona, where the Latino population is largely Mexican-American, Biden takes a 62-29 lead with Latino, according to Equis Research, a Democratic firm.

A poll by the same firm found that in Florida, where a large Latino contingent is of Cuban descent, Biden’s lead over Trump with Latin men is 10 points, but with Latin it increases to 21 points. A separate internal Republican poll of potential Hispanic voters shared with POLITICO showed Biden and Trump to have between 40 and 39% men. The women supported the Democrats by 18 points.

Although Biden leads with Latino voters in Florida, in 2016 his margins were smaller than Hillary Clinton. Biden admitted to himself as much in his trip to Florida last week.

“I will talk about how I am going to act like a devil to make sure I change every Latino and Hispanic vote,” Biden said before his trip. When asked about their voting numbers among Hispanic voters, they said they were “much higher than” [Trump’s]. But they want to go higher. ”

A month ago, Biden took a four-point advantage over the president on average in the state’s latest surveys compiled by Real Clear Critics. It is now below 1.6 points.

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In Florida, for Trump to be a winning state, Republican-leaning Cuban Americans are finding common cause with other Latin Americans who fled leftist revolutions.

“In Florida, it’s extraordinary, a reversal of trends,” said former Miami Rep. Carlos Curbelo, a Republican.

“The Republican [is] Gaining ground with minorities and democrats [is] According to Politico, gained grounding with ‘White Voters and Seniors’. ‘

Biden White has been performing strongly with college-educated voters and has done better with Trump’s key base – Hillary Clinton.

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Four years ago, Trump won more than 65 voters of any ethnicity, by a margin of 13.3 percentage points. But in this time’s elections, large voters say that according to Biden, Biden is 49.5% to 45.7% of the majority of the movement coming from White, older voters.