Trump Well Received at Black Church Detroit

trump-detroit black churchPosted by Tina

Donald Trump was invited to speak at the Great Faith Ministries International. He did so on Saturday and was well received including being given a standing ovation. Video/Audio available here:

“Becoming the nominee of the party of Abraham Lincoln … has been the greatest honor of my life,” Trump told churchgoers at Great Faith Ministries, marking his first appearance at an African-American church.

“It is on his legacy that I hope to build the future of the party, but more importantly, the future of the country.”

Trumps remarks include ideas to turn both neighborhoods and the country around as well as praise for the strong foundation provided to communities and families by Christian churches. Full event video here.

In my search for articles with a transcript or full quotes I found a number of negative, cynical reviews. Trumps tone probably bothered them. He was soft spoken and gracious, as one would expect in a house of God. In addition his message was positive and faith-based American red white and blue.

As would be expected, there were protesters outside the church.

Trump is scheduled to meet with black business and church leaders in Philadelphia later in the day.

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4 Responses to Trump Well Received at Black Church Detroit

  1. J. Soden says:

    And as expected, the Clinton Nonsense Network only reported on the protestors outside the church . . . . .

  2. Peggy says:

    Fox covered the whole event, without interruptions including the Bishop putting the prayer shawl from Israel on Trump, giving him two bibles and blessing him during his travels.

    Every Network CUTS Live Feed Of Trump’s Speech To Black Church:

    “Bishop Wayne Jackson began to address Trump and the parishioners:

    “This is a prayer shawl straight from Israel. Whenever you’re flying from coast to coast — I know you just came back from Mexico and you’ll be flying from city to city — there is an anointing. And anointing is the power of God,” the pastor said. “It’s going to be sometimes in your life that you’re going to feel forsaken, you’re going to feel down, but the anointing is going to lift you up. I prayed over this personally and I fasted over it and I want to just put this on you.”

    At that point, the bishop put the shawl over Trump and handed him the bibles: ““When things seem like it’s almost impossible, you will read Mark 9:23 – ‘If thou can believe, all things are possible’,” he said.”

  3. Tina says:

    Peggy they probably covered the event hoping for a lot dramatic trump hatred footage. Must have been very disappointing for them.

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