Presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks to the media after meeting with a group of black pastors at his office in the Manhattan borough of New York

Trump says meeting with U.S. black clergy went 'very well'

Presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks to the media after meeting with a group of black pastors at his office in the Manhattan borough of New YorkBy Emily Flitter NEW YORK (Reuters) – Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump met a group of black pastors on Monday over the objection of other African-American clergy and academics who had assailed what they called the candidate’s racially charged rhetoric. Trump, the billionaire mogul, emerged from the more than two-hour meeting saying it went “very well.” He said some of the attendees had agreed to endorse him, but the group did not present a formal list of new supporters. Jordynn Parks, daughter of network co-founder Pastor Mark Burns, said clergy members in attendance regularly appear on the network.

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