Longtime Black Democratic congressional leaders Reps. Maxine Waters (Calif.) and James E. Clyburn (S.C.) are troubled by the possibility that more Black voters could reelect President Trump for a second term. “I don’t even know where any Blacks would be coming from that would be voting for Trump. It just hurts me so bad to see Blacks talking about supporting Trump,” Waters said in a Friday interview with SiriusXM’s Joe Madison. While Black Republican voters have always been around, Black voters, especially Black men, appear to be stepping closer to conservative principles. The stamp of approval from some famous, wealthy rappers, such as Ice Cube, Lil Wayne and 50 Cent, has pushed talk of Black conservatism and Black class priorities back into the national conversation.