Do you know what Donald Trump’s “Platinum Plan” was? Most Black people I know do. Most white people have never heard of it.
The plan — a two-page document released just weeks before the 2020 election — details the four pillars of Trump’s commitment to Black Americans (Opportunity, Security, Prosperity and Fairness) and outlines his promises to Black America over the next four years, including 3 million new jobs, better and cheaper healthcare, better educational opportunities and improved safety and justice on America’s streets.
It sounds pretty good. But the sentiment of the “Plan” runs contrary to the repeated bigoted and racist behavior he showed over the past four years, right up to his attempt to invalidate millions of Black votes.