First Immanuel Baptist church Rev. Todd Johnson said Saturday that President Trump has changed Philadelphia communities for the better.
Johnson said this on “Fox & Friends: Weekend,” hosted by Pete Hegseth. Johnson also said that the opportunity zone in the city of brothers love is working.
According to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), opportunity zones are designed to stimulate economic development and job creation in ailing communities through the provision of tax incentives to investors who invest qualifying capital gains by making an appropriate investment and meeting other requirements.
Johnson states that the program gives the people of Philadelphia access to capitalism. “You know. The high tide lifts all boats,” Johnson said. Johnson also told Hegseth he believes that President Trump will have increased black voter support in 2020.
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