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A '''Black problem''' in [[liberal]] [[Democrat]] [[rhetoric]] refers to a [[white]] [[Democratic party]] candidate's inability to relate to [[African American]] voters. Two examples from the [[2016 presidential election]] and [[2020 presidential election]] illustrate:
 
A '''Black problem''' in [[liberal]] [[Democrat]] [[rhetoric]] refers to a [[white]] [[Democratic party]] candidate's inability to relate to [[African American]] voters. Two examples from the [[2016 presidential election]] and [[2020 presidential election]] illustrate:
  
*[[John Podesta]] spoke of [[Hillary Rodham Clinton]]'s "Eric Garner problem"
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*[[John Podesta]] spoke of [[Hillary Rodham Clinton]]'s "Eric Garner problem." Garner was a black man killed in police custody while in a choke hold in 2014.
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*Mayor [[Pete Buttigieg]] was criticized by [[David Axelrod]], [[Marcia Fudge]], ''[[Politico]]'',<ref>https://www.politico.com/story/2019/05/06/pete-buttigieg-2020-black-voters-1307358</ref> ''The Daily Beast'' and others for having a "black problem."<ref>https://www.thedailybeast.com/pete-buttigieg-has-a-black-problem-top-african-american-leaders-say-he-is-naive-on-race?source=twitter&via=desktop</ref>
 
*Mayor [[Pete Buttigieg]] was criticized by [[David Axelrod]], [[Marcia Fudge]], ''[[Politico]]'',<ref>https://www.politico.com/story/2019/05/06/pete-buttigieg-2020-black-voters-1307358</ref> ''The Daily Beast'' and others for having a "black problem."<ref>https://www.thedailybeast.com/pete-buttigieg-has-a-black-problem-top-african-american-leaders-say-he-is-naive-on-race?source=twitter&via=desktop</ref>
  

Revision as of 14:41, 25 June 2019

A Black problem in liberal Democrat rhetoric refers to a white Democratic party candidate's inability to relate to African American voters. Two examples from the 2016 presidential election and 2020 presidential election illustrate:

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