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  • (heart beating)

  • KLEPPER: South Carolina is the first place

  • black Democratic voters

  • will really be heard in this primary.

  • So I hitched a ride to the historic city of Charleston.

  • Here I noticed something.

  • No, it wasn't the antebellum cosplay,

  • It was the ads that candidates were running.

  • They all seemed to feature a familiar face.

  • OBAMA: This is an extraordinary man

  • with an extraordinary career.

  • Elizabeth understands what I strongly believe.

  • Mr. Michael Bloomberg is here.

  • So it seems like a lot of white folks think

  • standing next to a cool black person gives them legitimacy.

  • But is it effective?

  • Let's ask my good friend Roy Wood Jr.

  • I know why you brought me here.

  • We're in your hometown, South Carolina.

  • I'm from Alabama.

  • We'll fact-check that.

  • So Roy and I happily went to Charleston

  • to see if voters noticed the Democrats' brilliant strategy.

  • Have you seen the ads?

  • Yeah, I've seen the ads.

  • It looks like Obama's running again.

  • All of them have these commercials now

  • with-with, uh, them and Obama saying stuff about 'em.

  • It's just the candidate with, like, African Americans.

  • Your stance cannot be what Obama did eight years ago.

  • We-we want someone that's gonna be, I-I feel,

  • -in that sense, authentic. -Every day, when you wake up,

  • -you want a candidate, above all things, -Exactly. Right.

  • -who cares about you. -You. Yes. And if you...

  • And has, like, a good picture with Barack Obama.

  • -Right. But-- No. -No.

  • He think that black people like the white people

  • that got a picture with Obama.

  • -I never said that. (stammers) -That's what you said.

  • -The term I used is "African American." -Listen,

  • you can't ride on Obama's coattail.

  • We not-- That's not how we vote.

  • Which candidate has the best OPV?

  • Break that down.

  • Obama... proximity... value.

  • The closer you are to Obama, the more black people like you.

  • That's a funny question,

  • because I personally never even considered that.

  • Who's got the best OPV?

  • Black people don't care about white people in ads with Obama.

  • I don't know, 'cause everybody running an ad with Obama in it

  • -right now. I'm just saying. -That's what I'm saying.

  • On behalf of black people,

  • this is what black people want to see.

  • They want to see how close...

  • How do you know what black people...

  • I spend a lot of time around black people.

  • -WOOD: You hang with me. -Well, he's at a table

  • with three black people right now. You got to give

  • -a brother credit. -Thank you very much.

  • But even Roy recognizes the power of proximity.

  • This is a picture of me with Barack Obama.

  • If you look closely,

  • that's Obama,

  • and that's me all the way over there.

  • -Is that technically even the same room? -Yes!

  • -It's the same-- That's-that's Trevor. -Wow.

  • And there's a bunch of white people and then there's me.

  • Are these, like, interns? These are Daily Show interns

  • -in between you and Obama. -Those are producers

  • and writers. Those are respected people on the show.

  • That's an-- that's an intern.

  • He-he worked on The Daily Show for a month, max.

  • It just looks like you was just thrown in as a prop.

  • It does look like that. She is 100% right.

  • -You look like a prop. No. -I'm not a prop. I'm an employee.

  • -I understand that. But... -This is everybody that works

  • -at The Dai... -Well, I'm just saying how you look.

  • You look like they, you know, tokenizing you in that picture.

  • All right. South Carolina voters are not easily duped

  • by the slick political advertising strategy

  • of "my one black friend."

  • But who was breaking through?

  • WOMAN: I do

  • particularly like Biden.

  • We need health care,

  • and Elizabeth is gonna get that done.

  • Well, for me, um, definitely Tom Steyer.

  • I'm talking about equality. We talk...

  • Wait. What you said? What you said his name was?

  • Tom?

  • -What's his name? -Steyer.

  • -Tom Steyer? -Yeah.

  • Tom Steyer has a message

  • that resonates and connects, uh, with people.

  • Do I follow my heart and vote

  • for somebody like... even Tom Steyer?

  • -I like... I like Tom Steyer. -I mean, Tom Steyer.

  • Who is Tom Steyer?!

  • -I-I... -Tom Steyer is saying some good shit!

  • Who the (bleep) is he?! I've-I've never heard of him!

  • I don't know. The words you're saying makes no sense to me.

  • KLEPPER: Turns out this mythical beast spent more money

  • on ads in South Carolina than anyone else.

  • And Steyer's commercial

  • doesn't even have Obama endorsing Steyer.

  • It has Obama endorsing a woman.

  • I heard this voice behind me.

  • Her name is Edith Childs.

  • KLEPPER: Who then endorses Steyer.

  • CHILDS: Tom's fired up, and

  • Trump got to go.

  • I'm Tom Steyer,

  • and I approve this message.

  • KLEPPER: To find out more about Steyer,

  • we went to South Carolina Congressman James Clyburn

  • who recently endorsed the candidate

  • with the highest O.P.V.-- Joe Biden.

  • Well, you know, Steyer came in.

  • He's-he's made it dicey.

  • He's made it dicey. In what way?

  • Well, he's spending millions.

  • Mm-hmm.

  • Money will make things dicey.

  • He's running second or third in South Carolina now.

  • It's what...

  • -John Steyer is running third? -It's Tom.

  • -Tom. -Tom?

  • -Tom Steyer. -Tom Steyer?

  • -Yeah. -I think. It's Tom, right?

  • Tom.

  • KLEPPER: So Roy and I decided

  • it was time to go see the candidates,

  • like Biden and Warren and...

  • Tom... Steyer? Tom?

  • -Tom. -Thank you. -That's his name? All right.

  • Appreciate that. You get the check.

  • KLEPPER: It was inspiring to see candidates

  • engaged with the voters of South Carolina.

  • And finally, in a little church outside of Charleston,

  • we got to see the Tom Steyer, and while

  • Steyer is just a blip nationally,

  • he does have some intriguing ideas.

  • I think I'm the only person

  • running for president who's for reparations for slavery.

  • (murmuring, applause)

  • And why is that true?

  • 'Cause I want to tell the truth.

  • -Tom Steyer! -(laughing) -Tom Steyer.

  • -You're Tom Steyer. -Tom Steyer. -You guys are so excited.

  • -You're Tom Steyer. -That's Tom Steyer.

  • -What's up, you guys? -Tom...

  • We know this election could go a lot of different ways,

  • and in case it doesn't go the way you want it to go...

  • -(laughs) -...can I get an advance on my reparations?

  • (Steyer laughs loudly)

  • I'm not... I'm not laughing.

  • -Let me put it to you this way. -I'm for real.

  • KLEPPER: These Democratic candidates are fired up,

  • ready to go.

  • We are sure that was Tom Steyer?

  • Wait. That wasn't Tom Steyer?

  • KLEPPER: I'm pretty sure. 70%.

  • (cheers and applause)

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