In an effort to reach out to African American voters, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump will make his first foray into black churches with a visit to the Great Faith Ministries Church in Detroit on Saturday and tape an interview with the church’s Bishop Wayne T. Jackson.
Jackson told his parishioners that the visit was planned and released a statement early Monday morning that the interview with Trump, which will be broadcast on his Impact Television Network, was neither a rally nor an endorsement of Trump’s candidacy.
“Media outlets throughout the country are seeking to get access to the presidential candidates, and we have been afforded that opportunity with Mr. Trump and hopeful that we will get to interview Mrs. Clinton as well,” Jackson said in a statement. “The goal for this interview is to get real answers and Trump’s views and plans on policies that affect our community.”
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