Several members of a group of prominent African American ministers scheduled to meet with Donald Trump Monday are making clear that they have made no commitments to endorse the real estate magnate. Their public declarations of non-endorsement come after a press release from the Trump campaign announced a coalition of 100 African American religious leaders will appear with the real estate mogul shortly after the meeting to endorse him.
The statement say the following:
Bishop McClendon was INVITED to attend Monday’s meeting and his name was used as an invitee, but had made no plans to attend the meeting and indeed will NOT be in attendance. The meeting was presented not as a meeting to endorse but as a meeting to engage in dialogue.
He does believe that African American spiritual leaders should be listening and engaging in dialogue with any candidate who is currently, based on the polls, exhibiting a real potential for occupying the Oval Office.
Bishop McClendon has NOT made up his mind for whom he will vote in the upcoming election and had previously determined that he would not make any decision until after January 2016. He exhorts all serious minded believers to not vote on allegiance to any political party but on the basis of the Judeo-Christian ethic and their spiritually inspired conscience.
Earlier this week bishop McClendon made his political position known with the following statement:
I am not officially endorsing ANY candidate and when I do you will NOT need to hear it from pulpitting courtjesters who suffer from intellectual and spiritual myopia. My heart is to vote my divinely governed conscience and I encourage you to do the same.
Bishop McClendon has been very busy. We haven’t seen him on the screen,but he has been out in the harvest. He leads prayer from his Facebook page and has joined the periscope world. In addition, he has a cyber tune in on Tuesdays.
This is not the last we have heard of this. We will most likely being here more as pastors make up their minds in the next few months.
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2. Bishop McClendon and MInister HaddonSource: 2 of 24
3. Minister Deitrick HaddonSource: 3 of 24
4. Bishop McClendonSource: 4 of 24
5. Minister HaddonSource: 5 of 24
6. Bishop JonesSource: 6 of 24
7. Bishop GibsonSource: 7 of 24
8. Pastor ChaneySource: 8 of 24
9. Pator HaizlipSource: 9 of 24
10. Minister HaddonSource: 10 of 24
11. Pastor HaizlipSource: 11 of 24
12. Pastor Haizlip and First Lady Christy HaizlipSource: 12 of 24
13. MInister Haddond and First Lady DominiqueSource: 13 of 24
14. BIshop GibsonSource: 14 of 24
15. Bishop Gibson and First Lady Lavette GibsonSource: 15 of 24
16. Bishop Jones and LorettaSource: 16 of 24
17. Bishop McClendon And FamilySource: 17 of 24
18. Bishop Jones and Loretta TalkSource: 18 of 24
19. First Lady Myesha ChaneySource: 19 of 24
20. Dominique HaddonSource: 20 of 24
21. Minister Haizlip and Minister HaddonSource: 21 of 24
22. Minister Haizlip and First Lady ChristySource: 22 of 24
23. Bishop Gibson and First Lady LavetteSource: 23 of 24
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Preachers Of L.A.’s Bishop Clarence McClendon Declines Meeting With Donald Trump was originally published on elev8.com