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Black Entertainment Television (BET) founder Robert Johnson gave an “A+” to the fiscal record of President Donald Trump and failed to move the
Democrats “too far to the left,” he said.
Johnson also criticized America’s increasingly bitter political competition, which he called “very wicked and very mean.” But, he told CNBC, the
Democratic Party he has traditionally backed has become too
left-wing for his views.
“The party in my opinion, for me personally, has moved too far to the left,” Johnson admitted.
Many Democratic presidential candidates have embraced radical programs for climate change, advocated “Medicare for All” and praised free college
“And for that reason, I don’t have a particular candidate (I’m supporting) in the party at this time,” he explained to the network. “I think at the end of the day, if a Democrat is going to beat Trump, then that person, he or she, will have to move to the center and you can’t wait too long to do that.”
Trump may not always receive a pat on his back for a booming American
economy, but Johnson isn’t unwilling to do so because”if you look at the US economy … you got to give the president an A+ for that.”
Johnson also recognized that black unemployment has reached its smallest level under Trump and that prosperity also affects the life of “communities that had previously had very poor job issues …”
Despite his economic optimism, the media mogul said the nation needed to unify and just return to the livelihood company.
“If business people are concerned about anything, it’s the clear, clear partisan politics that’s become very wicked and very mean. And that’s not helping the American people, and it’s not helping America as a global nation,” he stated.
Johnson wouldn’t condemn the president’s criticized temperament, saying that Trump has “got his own style” and that “a lot of people are not gong to like that style.” Still, “at the end of the day,” the BET founder believes political leadership shouldn’t be about personality because “the American people are looking for someone who can deliver economically and deliver on opportunities.”