Friday on The Chad Hasty Show, Carl Tepper joined Hasty in the KFYO studio to talk about the general election in which the nation decidedly chose Donald Trump to be the 45th President of the United States.

Tepper and Hasty discussed a number of issues surrounding the election, including how it came to be that predictions and polls were so faulty, the ongoing street protests, and what priorities will be for the new president, including naming Supreme Court nominees and cabinet appointees.

While discussing reasons why most all predictions were so incredibly wrong, what states were the biggest surprises in voting for Trump and why, Tepper said:

Black America, let me see, we've had Barack Obama as President for eight years, and Black America is in the worst condition of any other group in the United States, during his term. So when Donald Trump got out there and addressed Black America, a lot of the black churches, and said frankly, 'What's going on? Why do you keep going this direction? I mean, what do you have to lose?' And it did reverberate with a lot of the black community.

Hasty asked Tepper if repeal of the Affordable Health Care Act should be one of Trump's top priorities upon his inauguration, and what other priorities will be. Tepper replied, "I would argue, yes, I would argue 'Obamacare' would be the first thing. The other is the border."

Tepper continued, speaking specifically about the border wall promised by President-Elect Trump:

We want it. Because we're being invaded, essentially. And it's not just Mexico folks, so don't make it a racial thing. But it's Guatemala, it's China, it's the Middle Easterners now, and we need to get real about that border, it's a real problem.

Listen to the entire interview with Tepper in the video above.

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