VIDEO: Young minority Trump voters respond to being called 'traitors'

  • Campus Reform spoke with young minority college students who plan to vote for President Donald Trump.
  • In part three of this four-part video series, students condemned the narrative that they are "traitors" to their community.

Campus Reform spoke with young minority college students who plan to vote for President Donald Trump. 

For part three of the four-part series, students condemn the narrative that they are "traitors" to their community. Each student interviewed said that they have faced criticism for their political beliefs and that many times it comes from White liberals. 

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“I’m not trying to put down White people, but it usually is a White liberal who comes up to me and tries to tell me all Black people need to x,” said Wayne State University senior Christopher Gaffrey. 

“That’s the same mentality that kept people of color, and like you and other people, oppressed for countries and all over the world," he added.

University of Utah student Seodam Kwak said, “They believe that your identity basically dictates your political view.”

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Jezzamine Wolk

Jezzamine Wolk is a reporter for Campus Reform. Prior to taking on her current position, Jezzamine worked for Fox News Channel. During her time at Fox, she served as an Associate Producer for Fox & Friends First, a Primetime Booking Producer for the Story with Martha MacCallum and wrote for Foxnews.com.

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