While appearing on CNN's Newsroom, radio host Charlamagne tha God said that President Trump will put black people in cages "next" while host Brooke Baldwin nodded in approval.
Baldwin asked the host of The Breakfast Club whether or not the strong job numbers for black people are something President Trump should get credit for.
"The jobs numbers came out today and they were positive," the CNN host said. "Whether or not you're a fan of Donald Trump's, you know, when you look at what happened, black unemployment fell to a record low in August, helped by a jump in the number of black women on the job. Can you argue with those numbers?"
At this point Charlamagne decided to downplay the importance of job numbers of black people.
"I feel like the soul of the country is at stake in 2020," Charlamagne said. "And you know, I don't want to be under a fascist regime. Because the truth of the matter is that when you end up with the regime of a fascist, the person that's going to be affected the most—it's going to be black and brown people, because we always get the short end of the stick in America. I don't want to be under a regime like that."
"When you look at someone like Trump, it's like okay, who's next to be in those cages? It's not going to be people that look like you," he continued. "It's probably going to be people that look like me. So, jobs aren't enough."
At this point Baldwin offered a nod of approval before moving onto the next question.
Charlamagne: Trump Will Put Black People in Cages "Next"
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Much like anyone else who comes on CNN, Charlamagne tha God had one mission: attack President Trump. He wasn't going to let any statistics or facts get in the way of his hate.