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I couldn’t find a single poll that suggests that is true. Quinnipiac University said Trump is polling poorly with Black Americans. His biggest public Black supporter is former Apprentice star Omarosa Manigault and actress Stacey Dash, but they can only vote once.

Trump still needs about 200 delegates to formally secure the nomination, but Cruz’s decision to end his campaign removed his last major obstacle.

Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton leads Trump by double digits in a new CNN poll.

Clinton earns 54 percent support while Trump has 41 percent. Trump is tied with Clinton among men but trailing her among women by 26 percentage points. He leads whites by 9 points, but trails nonwhites by a whopping 67 points. He also trails among independents by 11 points.

Clinton told CNN’s Anderson Cooper that she thinks Trump is unworthy of the office.

“I’ve seen the presidency up close from two different perspectives, and I think I know what it takes, and I don’t think we can take a risk on a loose cannon like Donald Trump running our country. Donald Trump has said it’s okay for other countries to get nuclear weapons. I think that’s just downright dangerous. He has said wages are too high. I think we need to have a raise for the American people, raise the minimum wage, get wages back going up. I think when he says women should be punished for having abortions, that is just beyond anything that I can imagine, I think most women can imagine.”

So is there a possibility that Trump could occupy 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. in January? Sure.

In the meantime, Trump, the billionaire real estate magnet, will rely on a predominantly white electorate to propel him into the White House because most African-Americans will likely vote for Clinton.

Do Black folks want jobs? Yes. Is Trump overly concerned about it? Probably not.

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