During a campaign rally, Trump asked black people considering voting for him: “what have you got to lose?” Candice shared this view, even saying in one interview that “rap and hip-hop music… glorified” Trump during the presidential campaign. “And then the second he won, he became a racist instantly,” Candace said, which can only be an ugly, deliberate lie (plenty of people called Trump racist before he won the election). “In that moment, I understood that racism was being used as a theme and a mechanism to control black Americans and that the black community needed new leaders to sort of see them through that complete lie,” she continued. She failed to provide one example of a Trump policy that would benefit the black community. In a Fox News interview, she blamed “Chicago’s problems” on the fact that Black people there continue to vote Democrat. While it might be true that Democrats sometimes fail as politicians, it sure seems better than voting for a guy who appoints an Attorney General who said the only issue he ever had with the KKK was the fact that they smoked marijuana.