Earlier this week President Donald Trump met with a group of inner city pastors in the White House.
Paster Dr. Phillip Goudeaux from Sacramento told President Trump: “Don’t give up on California.”
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WATCH: At the White House with Inner City Pastors, Pastor Dr. Phillip Goudeaux of Sacramento, CA ask POTUS “Don’t give up on California…” pic.twitter.com/EfxwQWRfRG
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Now Pastor Goudeaux is facing backlash for sitting with and speaking to Donald Trump at the White House.
CBS Local reported:
A Sacramento pastor is facing backlash after praising President Donald Trump at a meeting at the White House.
Pastor Phillip Goudeaux of the Calvary Christian Center told the president he has “given us new hope.”
Some of the pastor’s followers say he’s damaged his congregation and the black community with his with his White House visit and his words.
Goudeaux is well-known in the Sacramento community and acted as the spiritual advisor to the family of Stephon Clark after a deadly shooting at the hands of Sacramento Police.
Goodeaux was one of more than a dozen black religious leaders on hand for a roundtable discussion on prison reform and criminal justice.