Erica Campbell talks about the Black clergy meeting that recently took place at The White House with Pastor Jamal Bryant and Pastor Michael McBride. Erica kicks off the dialogue regarding the importance of private meetings where real work can actually get done. The pastors both share their views and provide the scripture to help move the church forward, especially when dealing with politics.
Do you think that Black pastors visiting The White House is actually beneficial or is it more for the spotlight? Check out the exclusive audio above to hear more.
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Twitter Reactions To The Black Pastors Who Met With Trump
1. Black Pastors Slammed For Meeting With Trump
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PASTOR’S PRAISE: At a meeting with inner city pastors, Darrell Scott of Ohio tells Trump he is “the most pro-black president” is recent history who “actually wants to prove something to our community.” “The last president didn’t feel like he had to,” Scott told the President. pic.twitter.com/gyFJNN71Qg— World News Tonight (@ABCWorldNews) August 1, 2018
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#DonkeyOfTheDay #DonkeyOfTheYear Pro-Trump Pastor Darrell Scott said Wednesday during a White House gathering of faith leaders that he thinks President Trump will be “the most pro-black president” in his lifetime. pic.twitter.com/E4NKlQ0apC— O. G. Jackson (@BossHogg6) August 3, 2018
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EXCLUSIVE WHITE HOUSE FOOTAGE:@PastorDScott being greeted by @realDonaldTrump immediately after WH meeting with black pastors where Scott declared that Trump was “the most pro black president of our lifetime.”— Bishop Talbert Swan (@TalbertSwan) August 3, 2018
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So about the meeting between Black “urban” pastors and Trump... pic.twitter.com/9Tt2hh2DlV— Darnell L. Moore (@Moore_Darnell) August 2, 2018
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And to the Black women who love the likes of John Gray and Paula White and that whole ilk — conservative theology is largely antiBlack and antiwoman and is a natural bedfellow for the white supremacist sexist madness of Trump.— Brittney Cooper (@ProfessorCrunk) August 2, 2018
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Sitting at the table aligning yourselves with trump who insisted on the Death Penalty for 5 innocent black boys and who still insists that they’re guilty despite the facts - discussing prison reform is beyond ridiculous. John Gray et al. #FailedLeaders #ThursdayThoughts pic.twitter.com/0wmo7FXLoz— DawnKA (@DawnKA) August 2, 2018