Joe Biden’s National Director for African-American Engagement, Trey Baker, has authored a number of anti-white tweets, including quoting people instructing him to not “bring a white girl home,” The National Pulse can reveal.
Baker, who held the role during the campaign, recently transitioned to the role of Senior Advisor for Public Engagement in the Biden White House.
Among his campaign duties were to “manage and execute an African American focused constituency outreach plan,” to “support and provide strategic recommendations for the travel of the Vice President, Dr. Biden and high level surrogates nationally,” and to “prepare, develop and manage memos and briefings for events, where appropriate, for National Political Director, Campaign Manager, and Principal.”
Despite holding this influential role and continuing to advise President Biden, Baker’s Twitter account contains posts with racist, anti-white sentiment.
In October of 2009, Baker uncritically shared the words of an individual – “Mama” – instructing him “don’t bring a white girl home.”
He has also tweeted in 2009 wondering why “white people love bagels so much” and tweeted about “white girls at Ole Miss” in comparison to “Nupes” – the nicknames for members of the Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity.