Clarence Mason Weaver, part of Trump's new “Black Voices for Trump” reelection initiative, has lots of thoughts on women.
Speaking in a Michigan city where the population is 93 percent white, the Republican nominee doubled down on his controversial pitch to African-American voters.
In an interview with VICE News, the prominent academic had harsh words for civil rights leaders supporting Clinton, branding them "neoliberal politicians" who are "too well adjusted to Wall Street."
The former secretary of state defeated Bernie Sanders, thanks in part to a historic turnout from black voters, but she used her victory speech to attack Donald Trump.
VICE News travels to South Carolina ahead of the Democratic primary to unpack the stereotypes associated with the "black vote."
From the Congressional Black Caucus and Sandra Bland's mom to Al Sharpton and Harry Belafonte, the Democratic candidates are rushing to lock down key African-American endorsements.
Justin T. Bamberg, a prominent African-American civil rights attorney and lawmaker, has switched his allegiance ahead of South Carolina's key primary.