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Jacque Reid goes Inside Her Story with Rev. Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth about her support of Donald Trump, most noticeably during his meeting with black Pastors.

“This is not the first meeting he’s had with pastors that’s why I’m a little surprised people are acting so dramatic. I think the people that have come out and said that ….they truly don’t know there Bible. He didn’t just send us to work with people who are saved, he wanted us to work with the sinners,” Rev. Manigault-Stallworth said.

Does she endorse Donald Trump?

“Because of our congregation…Pastors are not allowed to endorse candidates. We weren’t sent there to endorse, we were sent there to listen and minister.”

Why he decided to meet with members of the clergy?

“This meeting came out of the meeting with Paula White and Clarence McClendon, they wanted to  continue the dialogue in New York.”

Does she have any issues with Donald Trump?

“Because my church is on Skid Row, my issues centered in what my congregation needed. We need to know about jobs, we need to know about mental health issues. He said that he was going to be the best job creator. He said he’s probably the biggest candidate to address Veteran’s needs.”

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