Two black pastors got into a fiery debate over Donald Trump’s meeting with black preachers Monday.
Reverend Jamal Bryant, who did not attend the meeting, and Pastor James Davis who did, went toe to toe on CNN Monday.
Davis slammed Bryant for calling the preachers who attended the event “prostitutes” and “pawns.”
Bryan shot back by giving a backhanded apology for calling them prostitutes.
“I want to apologize, because prostitutes get money. And the 100 that went in there walked away with nothing, they did it for free,” he said. “There’s another word for that, and I would not use that language on a family channel.
“What I would suggest is that you couldn’t find 100 white pastors to do the endorsement, not 100 rabbis, not 100 imams,” Bryant added. “But you can find, whenever it is that there’s poverty, wherever there’s poverty, you can always find a capitalist who will always exploit poor people who are privileged just to be in the room.”
Davis fired back mentioning that Bryant was on Trump’s spinoff show of “The Apprentice” called “The Ultimate Merger.”
“I’m wondering when you were cashing Donald Trump’s check was he the devil or did he evolve to become the devil in 2015?” Davis asked with no answer from Bryant.
Davis said that black people have never done worse than they are currently doing under the Obama administration.
“Anytime you go to listen to someone other than the normal Democrat rhetoric that we’re fed, here comes the minions to chase after us to say ‘get back on the plantation,’” he said.
Watch the entire heated debate below.
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