Trump Wanted To Pick Famous Black Woman For Vice-President 

Former President Donald Trump wanted to pick a famous Black woman as his Vice President.

Trump's search for a running mate was a hot topic during his 2016 presidential campaign.

He reportedly considered several high-profile Black women, including Oprah Winfrey and Condoleezza Rice.

Trump later chose Mike Pence as his running mate and served as Vice President for four years.

Trump's desire to choose a Black woman as his running mate may have been an attempt to broaden his appeal.

Black women are an important voting bloc and could have helped Trump win the election.

However, many Black women were critical of Trump's policies and rhetoric during his presidency.

Trump's search for a Black female running mate also reflects the changing demographics of the United States.

The country is becoming more diverse, and political candidates are recognizing the need to appeal to a wider range of voters.