One of Donald Trumps goals is to change the perception among blacks on America

crew-2231211To do that the best possible way is to work with Cleveland Brown’s all-time Hall of Fame Running Back Jim Brown.

 

It has been said, if the goal is to reach blacks in America, then Jim Brown is the man.

 

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NFL legend Jim Brown meets with Donald Trump: ‘He’s got my admiration.’

Jim Brown: ‘I Fell in Love with Him (Trump) Because He Really Talks About Helping Black People’ (Source)

  • Former Browns great says: ‘What he went through … he got my admiration’.
  • Ray Lewis says ‘black or white is irrelevant’ after meeting with president.

Brown, a Hall of Famer who won the NFL MVP award four times, went to Trump Tower to discuss race, poverty, education and the economy with the president-elect. Kanye West, former Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis, and Darrell Scott, a Christian pastor from Cleveland, were also there.

Brown, who played nine seasons with Cleveland between 1957 and 1965 and retired as the NFL’s all-time leading rusher, revealed he hadn’t voted for Trump, but said: ‘We couldn’t have had a better meeting.”

jim-brown-meme-768x432He continued: “The graciousness, the intelligence, the reception we got was fantastic.

He’s amenable to listening to people who didn’t vote for him.”

Yea, but could he run? 🙂

 

 

“When he goes through what he went through to become the president, he got my admiration,” Brown told CNN. “No one gave him a chance.”

Lewis said “black or white is irrelevant” when trying to help people out of poverty and improve people’s lot.

“Urban development and job creation are everything,” Lewis said. “What we believe with the Trump administration is if we can combine these two powers of coming together – forget black or white. Black or white is irrelevant. The bottom line is job creation and economic development in these urban areas to change the whole scheme of what our kids see.”

Brown, who starred in more than two dozen films after his playing career ended, said: “I can’t speak for the pastor [Scott], but I fell in love with him because he really talks about helping African-American, black people and, uh, that’s why I’m here.”

 “It’s about him and the position he occupies. When he goes through what he went through to become the president, he got my admiration.

They called him names … he reached back and brought them along with him. He held no grudges.”

“I was talking about my partner sitting right here,” Brown said. “I was talking to the man who got us together.

The man who’s been the catalyst. The man who has represented.
And he’s comical and he’s very vivacious. You know, he’s a character.”

 

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2 thoughts on “One of Donald Trumps goals is to change the perception among blacks on America

  1. What a positive story.

    The Trump Administration is off to a great start.

    Racial Relations are moving back to a “we” dialog from the us vs. them days of Obama.

    The Cabinet is moving toward Americans who actually know what the U. S. Constitution is and means.

    That is not to say that any real problems have been solved just yet, BUT the direction is very positive and the energy is terrific!

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    • Thank’s Dave.
      Odd that Obama a AfriCOON, must be kicked to the curb by a black man and his friends that have finally figured it out.

      Like

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