During the Midwest Vision and Values Pastors Leadership Conference in Cleveland, legendary boxer promoter Don King introduced Donald Trump, whom he described as God’s chosen “who will lead us to the Promise Land.”
“He’s here by the will of the people and of God,” King said.
He especially urged white women and colored people to support and vote for Trump because of their history of being disenfranchised in this country: “Those are the left-outs. Donald Trump says no. We’re going back to inclusiveness; everybody counts. So that’s why when I see them try to ridiculize him or to try to ostracize and pervert—I want you to understand, every white woman should cast their vote for Donald Trump, not for Donald Trump the man but to knock out the system to help him to get their rights and be able to deal with it.”
King also insisted that African-Americans should vote for the former reality star because the “have nothing” and usually “give away” their vote “cavalierly” and “lackadaisically.”
King went on to describe Trump as a “doctor of humanness” and a “gladiator.”
“America needs Donald Trump, we need Donald Trump, especially black people,” he said, before relaying a story about how difficult it is for black acceptance in white society, during which he dropped the n-word.