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The Countdown: Lil Wayne, Paul Rudd and the fight for the last votes

Some conservatives have pointed to support from a few black rappers as a sign of change, but Ice Cube, who also backed the Platinum Plan, kept his political distance and 50 Cent rowed back his Trump “endorsement”. So if Republicans want more than the 8% of the black vote they got in 2016, they will have do more than appease a few black (some would argue tone deaf) celebrities.

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