A local pastor who was thrust into the national spotlight when a Cleveland-area congresswoman read a letter he wrote that harshly criticizes President Trump and his supporters said he does not regret writing the letter in spite of getting death threats, but does struggle with some of the language he used.
Rev. Ronald S. Williams, a senior pastor and chief executive of Mount Zion Fellowship in Highland Hills, sent the letter to Democratic Rep. Marcia Fudge, who read it to the House during the body’s “morning hour” Wednesday.
The letter calls Trump supporters racist and says the president is a con man. The GOP has criticized her actions.
“I did know she was going to read it,” Williams said in an interview with News 5. “I did not realize the magnitude of the reaction I received, all the way down to death threats.”
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