Donald Trump on Thursday slammed the pastor who interrupted him onstage during Wednesday remarks at a Michigan church.
In a telephone interview with “Fox and Friends,” the Republican presidential nominee accused the pastor of the church in Flint, Michigan, of planning to come onstage to cut off his remarks when he addressed her congregation on Wednesday.
“When she got up to introduce me she was so nervous, she was shaking,” Trump said. “And I said, ‘Wow this is sort of strange.’ And then, she came up. So she had that in mind, there was no question about it.”
He added: “She was so nervous. She was like a nervous mess. And so I figured something was up. Really.”
Several minutes into Trump’s remarks at Bethel Union Methodist Church on Wednesday, Rev. Faith Green-Timmons reminded the real-estate mogul that the event was intended to focus on the water-crisis recovery in Flint, where state cost-cutting measures resulted in lead contamination in the city’s water supply.
“Mr. Trump, I invited you here to thank us for what we’ve done for Flint, not to give a political speech,” Green-Timmons said.
“Oh, OK, OK, OK, that’s good,” Trump said. “Then I’m going to go back on to Flint.”
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