the unemployment was a downward trend from the Obama years, Trump just inherited that trend.When it comes to black and Latinos, I'd say it's because he's worked hard for their votes. Before Covid hit, blacks and Latinos had the highest levels of employment since they started keeping track of those kinds of stats -- in something like 70 years. Biden's been in office about 70 years hasn't he? He sent their jobs overseas. Trump brought them back. Black income is up and black poverty is down in Trump''s America.
Trump increased federal funding for Black colleges and universities, and made $100 million available for scholarships and research at those same schools. At the same time, he made it easier for them to access federal money for growth and improvement.
Trump's First Step Act has reduced prison sentences for 7000 prisoners, something like 90% of them black, and given even more of them a chance at putting prison behind them for good.
Add to that the fact that he hasn't started any wars, which have taken the lives of many black and Latino Americans during the last few administrations, and he's winding down the ones that previous presidents have engaged in, and you might start to see how a person doesn't have to be rich, retarded, or racist to vote for Trump. They just have to know what he's done for America.
under Obama the unemployment went down by a greater margin. Unemployment numbers are all fudged either way, both under Obama and Trump.
the Federal Funding for Black Colleges was a bill proposed by a Democratic Senator Doug Jones. It wasn't Trump's idea, I guess you could give him credit for not vetoing it.
Obama didn't start any new wars that took Black and Latino lives either (I assume you mean American Black and Latino lives, because both Obama and Trump fail if you are talking globally), thats kind of a silly thing to brag about, especially after assasinating an Iranian general, which was the most provocative action any US president has taken in a long time.
the first step act is a tiny step in the right direction, but it does not undo the far greater harm Trump has done for minorities considering how he lied about Covid, how he has cut 20 million Americans off of healthcare, and how he has cut plenty of other social programs and decimated the Voting Rights Act, created levels of division and hatred that have not existed for at least half a century.