Bloomberg Businessweek

Trump’s Uphill Climb With Black Voters

Earlier this year, President Trump bet that his reelection hopes would be powered by a group that’s so far given him scant support: black voters. To entice them, his campaign bought a Super Bowl ad touting his work on criminal justice reform and announced grand plans to open “Black Voices for Trump” centers in battleground-state shopping areas to hand out buttons, hats, and sweatshirts that say “Woke.” At the time, a senior Trump official called them places “where the black community can come in and learn about what the president has done and help push forward his agenda.”

The coronavirus has

Вы читаете отрывок, зарегистрируйтесь, чтобы читать полное издание.

Другое от: Bloomberg Businessweek

Bloomberg Businessweek5 мин. чтения
Facing an Empty Future
Airlines have felt the pain of the coronavirus pandemic more than other companies. Almost overnight the bulk of their business ceased. But in mid-2020 there was at least hope that Covid-19 might not be as virulent as first thought; that warmer months
Bloomberg Businessweek8 мин. чтения
Becoming the Notorious RBG
When Ruth Bader Ginsburg began making the case for gender equality in the 1970s, she was anything but notorious. The page 10 New York Times story announcing her victory in the first case she argued before the Supreme Court didn’t even mention her nam
Bloomberg Businessweek3 мин. чтения
Powering Propellers With Hydrogen
Airlines have a huge carbon footprint and few good options for shrinking it. The big batteries that Tesla Inc. uses to power climate-friendly cars, after all, weigh too much for a passenger plane. A team of aerospace veterans has another idea: hydrog