Philly – As a black man who is part of the loosely linked coalition of voters that has fueled the Democratic Party for decades, the party’s direction is troubling.
That’s because the party has not sought to reward or reassure its strongest demographic – black voters, 88 percent of whom voted for Hillary Clinton.
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