iCrowd Newswire – Aug 27, 2020
- This is the first time the Chamber contributed solely to Republican candidates due to the lack of integrity of the Democratic Party in its political agenda for not focusing on small businesses, family values and the law enforcement.
- The Chamber declares rather than being a voice for American people, the Democratic Party has become a basis for agitators and anarchists who are disrupting American commerce and entrepreneurship.
- The Chamber supports pro-business candidates who have the courage to govern and serve the publics interests.
Miami, Florida. August 26, 2020.
The U.S. Minority Chamber of Commerce announces its endorsement of President Donald J. Trump for the presidential race, making this the Chamber’s first-ever official backing of a presidential candidate. With 90% of votes from our membership and partners, the Chambers endorsement of President Trump included the representation of over 250,000 minority companies and their employees.
The Chamber declared in a statement that, “President Donald J. Trump has a proven record of success throughout his presidency. His business background, personality, and leadership are what the United States need during these challenging times.”
“We declare that President Trump is the only leader that our nation requires to withstand Americas current enemies: China, Iran, and the ideology of socialism”. Says Doug Mayorga, CEO & Founder of the U.S.MCC.
About the U.S Minority Chamber of Commerce: Founded in 2000 is a nationwide business organization that represents approximately 33,000 and over 1, 450, 000 partners –employers, trade associations and nonprofit organizations. The Chamber represents businesses of every size and type in all 233 counties in the United States and Puerto Rico. Created in the beginning to be an advocate for business startups and job providers, today in the largest minority organization promoting trade, investment, business digital education and international cooperation with the entrepreneurship spirit of the United States of America. For more information regarding the Chamber, visit our website at www.minoritychamber.net .
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Maria Loaisiga-Public Affairs