Back in December, President Donald Trump made the claim that “black home ownership just hit the highest level it has ever been in the history of our country.” The president raised the point during a Make America Great Again rally in Pensacola, Florida, for then Alabama Senate candidate Republican Roy Moore. The problem is, that the claim is not accurate. In fact, the Census Bureau, indicates that black home ownership rate was 42 percent for the third quarter of 2017 — the 87th lowest quarterly rate since 1994. The White House reportedly did not respond to requests for evidence to support the president’s claim. Roy Moore lost the Dec. 12 special U.S. Senate election.