In a new book from the insufferable two, the former Fox Nation show hosts say that the network took aim at them.
Two young Black women from Ohio can be seen stumping for Donald Trump in a documentary series produced by Dateline, an Australian news magazine show.
The “Stump for Trump Girls,” Lynette “Diamond” Hardaway and Rochelle “Silk” Richardson, made a splash on media row at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio on Monday, urging Blacks to get off the Democratic plantation and vote Republican. Speaking in their thick North Carolina dialect, which is as much for effect as it is natural, […]
Afew months ago, Roland Martin spoke with Diamond and Silk – otherwise known as the Stump For Trump Girls – on NewsOne Now. If you remember, their discussion on TV One’s NewsOne Now led to an epic exchange that went viral on social media. Martin caught up with the two enthusiastic Trump supporters on Monday at the Republican National […]
The sisters may have taken it a bit too far this time. Diamond and Silk appeared on a radio show with White nationalist John Friend, who, the news site points out, is a "Holocaust denier" who has said the only "real Americans" are White people and who often uses his blog, The Realist Report, to spew "racist and anti-Semitic views."
"Diamond and Silk," who "Stump for Trump," appeared on Thursday's edition of NewsOne Now to share why they have decided to support Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
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