Race Matters: Donald Trump’s Campaign Accused Of Photoshopping White Model To Have Black Skin

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Donald Trump’s Campaign Accused Of Photoshopping White Model To Look Black

How far would Donald Trump stoop to nab some Black votes and dollars? According to Buzzfeed, pretty damn low:

Donald Trump’s campaign is being accused of photoshopping a white model to look brown to sell swag on the GOP presidential candidate’s website.

The image comes from Trump’s campaign website, which is selling a “short sleeve V-neck T-shirt” in gray. Trump fans can buy it for $22.

The accusation was first made on Twitter by Eric Ming, the digital director for Maryland Democratic Rep. Donna Edwards’ Senate campaign.

There are many details on the second photo that seem to indicate it has been photoshopped.
In addition, both photos have light peeking out in seemingly identical ways, as demonstrated on the photo on the left.

Trumps team most have realized that the jig was up because they have changed the color of the model for their site. Check out the original photo:


As of this morning:



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