Donald Trump seems to know what ‘the people’ have so desperately needed for a very long time. He is reaching out to communities that need help, he helped the flood victims and is now reaching out to help minority communities. Trump is making a real effort to bridge the racial gap that Obama has created. PLEASE TAKE NATIONAL POLLS AND PETITIONS. YOUR OPINION MATTERS Results Are Sent To Congress - Let Congress Hear Your Voice
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“This has been an amazing day for me,” Trump said after taking the stage. He called the African American Christian community “one of God’s greatest gifts to America” and said he was attending the religious service “to listen to your message — and I hope my presence here today will help your message reach new voices.”
The GOP presidential candidate appeared at Great Faith Ministries with former Apprentice contestant Omarosa Manigualt and former Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson, a Detroit native.
Trump didn’t sidestep the question of race in his remarks. He said presently America sidelines “young black men with tremendous potential” and “our entire country misses out when we are unable to harness the potential and energy of these folks.”
Trump confirmed that he taped a one-on-one interview Saturday morning with Bishop Wayne T. Jackson on the pastor’s Impact Network, the television network Jackson founded in 2010. Trump called it an “amazing interview” and, to wild cheers from the congregation, said Jackson’s interviewing skills were “better than the people who are doing that professionally, I can tell you.”
As his remarks ended, church leaders then placed a Jewish prayer shawl upon Trump’s shoulders.