When a Trump donor wants to be your next campaign manager, you need to know about the ‘black hole’ of black candidates in a presidential campaign

In 2017, it’s no secret that Trump is a man of few words.

And while his Twitter account was flooded with messages about the campaign, he also had plenty of other ways to stay in touch with his followers.

That’s because his campaign is currently looking to hire a new campaign manager.

So what exactly does this mean for a candidate with a campaign organization that’s not yet up and running?

Here’s what we know so far.

Black Hole for Campaigns With the exception of Trump himself, the vast majority of the presidential campaign are run by people who are black.

But there are still a few exceptions.

One of those exceptions is Donald Trump.

His campaign has long had a history of hiring black people, most recently in 2016, when it hired Mike DuBois as a strategist and a field organizer.

That hire, which came after the resignation of longtime campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, was criticized for its racial overtones.

“It is deeply troubling that the campaign has hired a black man to lead its digital and data operations,” the campaign wrote in a statement at the time.

“He has been a longtime supporter of our campaign and has served on the board of the National Black Chamber of Commerce.”

And it’s not just Trump.

There are a handful of other candidates who are African-American, and there are some who are white.

Here are the four candidates who have a history or who are considering hiring someone of color: Hillary Clinton Hillary Clinton has had a number of people of color on her campaign team.

The first person who came to her attention as a candidate was Donna Brazile, who served as interim head of the Democratic National Committee.

After that, it was John Podesta, who eventually became her campaign chairman.

And it was Jill Stein, who was a key part of the Green Party campaign.

Clinton has also hired several people of colour, but the most prominent is Jeff Weaver, who worked for former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright.

He’s the former president of the AFL-CIO, and served as her deputy chief of staff.

Weaver, like most people who’ve worked on a presidential race, is white.

That is, in fact, a fact.

The campaign also recently hired former Trump campaign adviser Jason Miller, who has a background in public policy.

Miller’s hiring was criticized as “racial” for its implicit racial message.

He has also been accused of being a white supremacist, having once referred to people of different races as “subhuman” and “animals.”

It’s not clear exactly what he’s doing at the moment, but it’s worth noting that Miller was part of a team that pushed back against the white nationalist, anti-Semitic website Breitbart News in 2016.

Trump has had many people of diverse backgrounds on his campaign team, but he’s the most obvious example of a candidate who’s employed people of a certain race.

There is a distinct difference between someone who is black and someone who’s not.

Black people are more likely to be employed in the fields of education, law, and public administration than white people, according to a 2016 study.

But that doesn’t mean they’re always considered qualified for positions of power.

Some of these people, such as Bill McKibben, have been part of campaigns with an anti-choice agenda.

And, as we’ve seen in other presidential campaigns, there are also people who have been outspoken anti-immigration and anti-LGBTQ activists.

This is not to say that Trump isn’t qualified for a top job in a campaign, or that he’s not qualified for the presidency.

He just hasn’t had any people of the right race on his team.

But his campaign’s hiring of Miller, Weaver, and others indicates a desire to try to diversify the party.

While that’s something that’s possible in a more diverse presidential election, it is something that the Trump campaign may be taking a more extreme approach to.

In the meantime, a Trump campaign spokesperson told Axios that “while we are in the process of identifying a candidate, we do not yet have any plans to hire any individuals of color.”

It may be an indication that there is a growing desire on the part of some Trump supporters to diversifying the campaign and, perhaps, the Republican Party as a whole.

This article has been updated with additional information about the hiring of a Trump staffer.