Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump put together a new Evangelical advisory board.
The group of over 20 pastors will give advisory support to Trump on issues important to Evangelicals and other people of faith here in the United States.
During Wednesday’s edition of NewsOne Now, three of the chosen pastors spoke with Roland Martin about how the board plans to assist Trump as he campaigns for the highest office in the land.
Pastor A.R. Bernard, Bishop Harry Jackson, and Pastor Mark Burns discuss whether Trump was correct to question the faith of Hillary Clinton and also discussed if they personally support the often-times controversial Republican candidate for president.
Martin wasted no time getting to one of the most important questions facing the advisory board: Is this an endorsement of Donald Trump?
Bishop Harry Jackson responded, “No, it is not an endorsement. It is an opportunity to influence the campaign and get some benefits for Black people.”
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