By: Brian Evans

As the Trump economy continues to boom, Democrats have been trying to spin the President’s success by claiming it is the leftover of the Obama economy, despite the former Presiden’s economic failures, and by trying to deny that the economy is going well, despite it now being blatantly obvious to the American people!

Now, Fox News has reported how during a segment with Neil Cavuto, House Majority Whip James Clyburn (D-SC) tried to downplay the booming economic numbers! In fact, during his interview, Clyburn actually tried to play off the President’s economic success amongst blacks by stating that black people…

“were fully employed during slavery.”

Clyburn went on to state that he would support Michael Bloomberg if he won the Democratic nomination for President, despite Bloomberg’s racist comments including when he said: “Black and Latino males don’t know how to behave in the workplace”!

Clyburn said…

“I’m going to back whoever our nominee is. Absolutely!”

Neil Cavuto responded by stating…

“Even with the things he has said about African-Americans? Does that bother you?”

Clyburn responded…

“Well, not as much as what Trump has said about African-Americans! Any time … that I go to the polls, I’m considering positives and negatives on all candidates. And I try to go with the one whose positives outweigh the negatives.”

However, like his fellow Democrats, Clyburn refused to actually cite any racist things that the President has said, and instead, falsely calls him a racist and says that he makes racist statements!

Cavuto then added that President Trump has…

“delivered the goods for a lot of African-Americans with record-low unemployment levels.”

Clyburn replied…

“Come on, Neil,” adding that those claims of a booming economy are “not true.”

Cavuto added…

“I’m saying that the African-American unemployment is not the lowest it’s ever been unless you count slavery”

Clyburn then said that America’s booming economy of today is due to Obama, adding that…

“We were fully employed during slavery. So it all depends how you measure this up.”

Clyburn then said that African Americans were not happy with the current economy under President Trump, and touted himself as the “father of African-Americans.” He said…

“Because I go to church with African-Americans. I live with African-Americans. I’m the father of African-Americans.”

Video Via: Fox News