Donald Trump Clowned Online For His Comments About “Black Jobs”

One issue that Trump has always been a fearmonger on is immigration. He consistently blames immigrants for job loss and various other societal issues. His attacks against immigrants were in full force last night. Although one of his comments had all of Twitter cracking jokes. Below, you can see that he claimed immigrants were taking away “black jobs.” That term raised more than a few eyebrows, and a plethora of jokes ensued.

Donald Trump Weighs In

As you can see, many posted memes and jokes about the entire concept of a “black job.” It was certainly a bizarre comment from the former President. Voters on Twitter had no idea what he could have meant by this statement. Regardless, it led to some funny jokes as many are now searching for these so-called “black jobs.” If anything, this just goes to show that yesterday’s debate was a farce. Trump barely wanted to answer the questions, while Biden was unable to at times. For now, it seems like voters are truly appalled by their current choices.

Twitter Reacts

Let us know what you thought of last night’s debate, in the comments section down below. Do you believe the debate was as bad as many people said it was? Was this a disastrous showing for President Joe Biden? Additionally, stay tuned to HNHH for the latest news and updates from around the political world. We will continue to keep you informed as the election draws closer and closer.

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