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Fox News Scolds Congressional Black Caucus For Failure To Give Dear Leader An Ovation

Donald Trump likes to tout the "black unemployment numbers" as some sort of credible evidence he's working for the benefit of people of color, which he surely is not. During his speech last night, the Congressional Black Caucus was not fooled, and Fox News was not pleased, particularly Martha McCallum. "The partisan divide in this was really evident throughout the entire speech," she said.
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