Minit -- I see you provided no link to your cherry-picked figures of two numbers in over six years during the Obama Administration. I see you don't bother to look back further than that, for instance what eight years of Bush 43 did to blacks and Americans in general. Further, I have no reason to believe you give a damn about the state of black Americans at all. And that state has been both disturbing and wrong for decades upon decades. I'll bet you haven't a clue why that is or why it continues. Doubtless you think that the POTUS, by himself, is able to turn the numbers around on a dime without regard to what Congress does (or you'd like us to believe that). But mostly, I don't think you know jack about much of anything. You suggest that Trump, on his best day (if there is such a thing), could do better. And thereby you betray your ignorance if not your bigotry.
http://www.forbes.com/sites/laurashin/2 ... a7e0766c5b
The median white homeowner’s house is worth $85,800 compared to $50,000 for black homeowners and $48,000 for Latino homeowners.
Much of that disparity comes from the gap in the home values in white neighborhoods versus the neighborhoods where people of color live. The roots of the gulf stem at least as far back as the 1934 National Housing Act, which redlined black neighborhoods, marking them as credit risks. Though redlining was outlawed in the ’60s, the effect persists today in the form of neighborhoods consisting mostly of people of color that have high poverty rates, low home values and declining infrastructure.
Discriminatory lending also exists today: Mortgages obtained by households of color tend to have higher interest rates. Even as recently as 2012, Wells Fargo admitted it had steered black and Latino households into subprime mortgages but had offered white borrowers with similar credit profiles prime mortgages.
Other factors stem back to homeownership and education: A child whose parents were steered into a low-income neighborhood with a low-quality school has decreased chances of obtaining a four-year degree, which also then cuts off future job opportunities. Additionally, although it is illegal, discrimination on the basis of race or national original endures, whether unconsciously or overtly.
More at the link and I'm sure plenty of folks will be able to fill in the gaps in your questionable figures and your faulty reasoning. I'm not the economist here but then I'm sure you're not either.