Democrats have been complaining recently about President Trump’s physical and mental health, but his White House physician who also worked for President Obama blew those concerns away at a press conference. His political opponents, however, aren’t buying it.
Several black members of Congress have been calling for President Trump's impeachment for months and now are boycotting his upcoming State of the Union speech over his criticism of Haiti and some nations in Africa. But very few voters think this continuing confrontation is good for the black community.
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