5 things to know about Black pastor James Davis, Donald Trump supporter

Pastor James Davis via Facebook
Pastor James Davis via Facebook

Donald Trump has caused quite a stir in the Black church community. The Presbyterian candidate who is vying for the Republican nomination for president of the United States was the topic of tabloid fodder on Monday for a private, no media allowed meeting where he met with “100 African American pastors and religious leaders.” The meeting took place at Trump Tower in New York City. The business mogul and reality TV personality set the meeting to address concerns from the black community about the economy and racial discrimination.

Prophet Robert D. Scott, CEO and founder of Prophetic Empowerment Ministries and Bishop George Bloomer, senior pastor of Bethel Family Worship Center in Durham, NC (via James Davis' Facebook)
Pastor James Davis, Prophet Robert D. Scott, CEO and founder of Prophetic Empowerment Ministries and Bishop George Bloomer, senior pastor of Bethel Family Worship Center in Durham, NC (via James Davis’ Facebook)

The spokesperson on behalf of the Black pastors who are joining forces with Trump, Pastor James Davis, participated in a heated debate with outspoken Pastor Jamal Bryant on CNN, Monday night. Bryant called Davis everything but a child of God. He uttered insults like “prostitute” and “pawn.”

Who is Pastor Davis that is facing both criticism and praise?

A Cleveland, Ohio native, he attended Cleveland Heights High School. Hit the flip to learn more.

Yvette Caslin
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