Trump​​​​​​​​​​​​​  Scorecard


UPDATE: Hispanic unemployment is at all-time low under Trump

You know how the old saying goes. "Actions speak louder than words".  President Trump's actions are drowning out his critics who accuse him of all the "isms" you can imagine. Trump receives good marks for his diverse administration and his actions. Simply put: You have to pay attention to what he does, not what he says. 

-When Donald Trump opened his club in Palm Beach called Mar-a-Lago back in 1985, he insisted on accepting Jews and blacks even though other clubs in Palm Beach to this day discriminate against blacks and Jews. The old guard in Palm Beach was outraged that Donald would accept blacks and Jews.

-Trump picked Kellyanne Conway to be his campaign manager during his 2016 journey. Kellyanne was the first woman in American history to run a successful presidential campaign. She was later named Counselor to the President on December 22, 2016 becoming the highest ranking woman in the White House.

-​Trump selected Peter Thiel to join his presidential transition team on 11/12/16 as an openly gay man. This is coming off the heels of the RNC convention where Trump invited Peter Thiel to be the first openly gay man to speak at the RNC event in 16 years.

-Ben Carson, an African American, was selected by Trump as head of the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

-Donald Trump has picked South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley , a female of Indian descent, to be the US ambassador to the United Nations

​-Female Betsy DeVos was picked for Trump's Education Secretary

-African American female Omarosa Manigault was hired by President Trump As assistant to the president and director of communications for the Office of Public Liaison.

-Elaine Chao, an Asian female, was picked by President Trump as the head of the U.S. Transportation Department.

-Trump picked female K.T. McFarland for National Security post

-President Trump selected female Gina Haspel to be the deputy director of the CIA, making her second in command behind Mike Pompeo. Haspel is the second woman to ever hold the position and first female career CIA officer to be named deputy director.

-President Trump picked Seema Verma, a female Indian American, for administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

​-Trump picked Linda McMahon, co-founder of pro wrestling company WWE, to lead his Small Business Administration.

-Lynne Patton was put in charge of Region II of the Housing and Urban Development department that oversees federal housing in the New York and New Jersey region by President Trump. Lynne Patton is a black female.

-​The final member of President Trump's Cabinet, latino Alexander Acosta , was picked as Secretary of labor.

-President Trump named Sarah Huckabee Sanders the new White House press secretary, only the third woman in American history to be White House Press Secretary.

​-Dina Habib Powell, an Egyptian American was selected by Trump to be the U.S. Deputy National Security Advisor for Strategy. 

​-2/28/17: President Trump signed an executive order aimed at boosting his administration’s support for black colleges, as he seeks a closer relationship with the schools than President Obama had.

​8/19/17: President Donald Trump will not attend the annual Kennedy Center Honors in December out of respect for the event that celebrates diversity. "The President and First Lady have decided not to participate in this year's activities to allow the honorees to celebrate without any political distraction," a statement from the White House read. Kennedy Center Chairman David M. Rubenstein and President Deborah F. Rutter also released a statement: "The Kennedy Center respects the decision made today by the office of the President of the United States. In choosing not to participate in this year's Honors activities, the Administration has graciously signaled its respect for the Kennedy Center and ensures the Honors gala remains a deservingly special moment for the Honorees. We are grateful for this gesture.". The Kennedy Center celebrates diversity by "bringing the world to Washington with magnificent performances of music, dance, theater, and more". 

​9/25/17: President Donald Trump signed a memorandum to expand access to STEM, science technology engineering and math, education in the Oval Office. The memorandum directed at least $200 million a year to technology education grants for women and minorities.