Unstereotyped: Why this black pastor supports Donald Trump

It should come as no surprise that Donald Trump has earned scant support among black voters.Black protesters have been heckled and kicked out of Trump rallies and a black man was sucker punched by a white man as he was leaving another event in North Carolina. Trump has also gained the support of white supremacists including David Duke, the former Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan (Trump later disavowed Duke, but only after many public stumbles and increasing pressure to do so.)But James Davis, a black conservative pastor in Ohio, doesn’t care about any of that.Davis is an outspoken supporter of the Republican party’s presumptive presidential nominee. Last November, he was one of more than 100 black religious leaders who met with Trump in a closed-door meeting.Davis said the attendees were criticized by black media and other black clergy for attending. “We were called everything but a child of God,” Davis said “From sellout to coon.”

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