The love affair between Black pastors and Donald Trump – Here’s why

Nii Ntreh March 02, 2020
Last Edited by:iboateng Updated: March 5, 2020
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From L-R: Former White House aide Omarosa Manigault-Newman, Donald Trump and Pastor Darrell Scott. Photo Credit:

The feeling that Democrats have taken black people for granted

The history of black political awareness and activism cannot be written without due recognizance of what the black church has contributed.

The black church has for decades played a vanguard role as the organization that brings together the people for the political causes that matter. Many black civil rights leaders were preachers.

In some way, Trump’s team of black pastors believes they can tell when they have been taken for granted by the Democratic party’s political establishment.

An awakening is therefore needed and that makes Trump and Republicans a viable option.


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