Nicole Frazier Appointed Head of African-American Outreach in the White House

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Nicole Frazier Appointed Head of African-American Outreach in the White House

After Omarosa Manigault Newman Foster Brown left the White House as head of Trump’s African American Outreach in 2017, being fired by Trump the vacant post has now been filled with the appointment of Nicole Frazier.

Africhroyale learnt the White House Office of Public Liaison hired Frazier and it that it only became important because Trump is looking to boost his numbers among African Americans in 2020.

Africhroyale recalls TV’s most famous black personality, Omarosa in 2016 brought in a whopping 8 percent of the African American vote the way of Trump.

While every black person in America knows that this is an impossible task, especially because the president of the United States has literally done nothing to even remotely endear himself to black voters, it will be interesting to see what Frazier does in this position.

Someone named Henry Childs II took over Omarosa’s position, and was doing the job until he became the Commerce Department national director of the Minority Business Development Agency in September.

Speaking about the appointment, former White House director of Black Outreach for President George W. Bush, Dennard posited:

“I’m glad President Trump was able to identify such a capable person in Nicole, to serve in OPL for this incredibly important position….It’s a good thing to have another African American at the table in the White House as our advocate and I stand ready to help her succeed”.

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