CAAP in the News – Giving Pres. Trump a Chance

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The CAAP press conference on Jan. 14th and subsequent Fox News appearance has garnered a lot of media coverage. Here’s just a sample of what people are saying…

 

Breitbart

National Black Leaders Condemn Promotion of ‘Civil Unrest’ Against Trump

Led by Rev. William Owens (pictured), the Coalition of African American Pastors (CAAP) convened in Washington, D.C. Saturday to formally “denounce racial over tones against President-elect Donald Trump and challenge other black leaders to cease pushing division among people of Color for political expediency.”

“Leadership has to be proven,” Owens said. “The current path by Democrats and some Republicans is aimed strategically to disrupt, where in the end, it’s the citizenry that will lose; we need strong leadership to move America forward.”

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BizPac Review

Black pastor who marched with John Lewis says this time he’s on the ‘wrong side of history’

Rev. William Owens, the founder and president of the Coalition of African-American Pastors, appeared on “Fox Report Weekend” and said , “Mr. Trump is our president,” despite the refusal of black lawmakers to attend the inauguration

“I think what they are looking at is a way to find out why Hillary Clinton was not elected,” he told Fox News anchor Harris Faulkner.

“She was not elected because of what the Russians did; she was not elected because of what she said,” referring to her statement that the United States must change its religious beliefs.

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Rejoice Magazine

National Black Leaders Condemn Promotion of ‘Civil Unrest’ Against Trump

A coalition of black pastors is unveiling its national agenda and addressing what it calls “the current sabotage that is inspiring civil unrest against the new president.” Led by Rev. William Owens (pictured), the Coalition of African American Pastors (CAAP) convened in Washington, D.C. Saturday to formally “denounce racial over tones against President-elect Donald Trump and challenge other black leaders to cease pushing division among people of Color for political expediency.”