Black Chicago Dem sours on do-nothing Obama; says vote Trump or continue ‘failing forward’

One line in particular at Wednesday’s debate resonated with Democrat-turned-Donald Trump supporter Brunell Donald-Kyei.

“I will do more for African-Americans and Latinos than she can ever do in ten lifetimes,” Trump said, pointing to Hillary Clinton.

Clip via Fox News Channel

“I believe that he’s going to actually help out inner-cities,” Donald-Kyei, who is vice-chair of the National Diversity Coalition for Trump, told “Fox & Friends” co-host Steve Doocy.

She said that she’d voted for President Barack Obama twice with no good result.

“People have been waiting on life support for job creation,” she said, adding that she’s learned her lesson.

“I don’t believe in failing forward.”

She said that in her opinion Trump trounced his Democratic rival on the debate stage Wednesday.

“Donald Trump came out on the issues — like I said he would,” she told Doocy. “The Supreme Couth, the Second Amendment, he talked about the economy, NAFTA [North American Fair Trade Agreement] … the national debt, everything that if you’re an American you care about.” she said.

She said that the only changes she’s seen in her own Chicago neighborhood since Obama assumed office has been an increased murder rate and blockades around the president’s Windy City residence.

She also predicted a Trump “landslide victory” come November 8th.

“That’s exactly what’s going to happen,” she said. “Donald Trump is our next president.”

After the interview, “Friends” co-host Ainsley Earhardt found a new friend:

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