Pastor of Miami megachurch hosting trump rally says that illegal immigrants not be deported in the event

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A Miami megachurch pastor, whose host, the President of Trump rally on Friday pledged to undocumented immigrants in danger of deportation, when you visit.

Pastor Guillermo Maldonado said a spectator during a Sunday Spanish-language service that he has heard the concerns of hundreds of community members about the rally.


Guillermo Maldonado, pastor of king Jesus International Ministry Church, speaks Oct to the lot, Friday. 9, 2009 in Miami. Maldonado, the host President, Donald Trump is on a rally this week. He ensures that members of the community, in the United States illegally is not the threat of deportation by the participation. (Charles Trainor Jr/The Miami Herald via AP)

Some have asked how he could Trump, in the Church, given by the President’s hardline immigration policy, and that some, join, the, services, the lack of the right papers.

“I ask you: do you think I would do something where I my people would endanger? I’m not so stupid,” Maldonado members of the community Trump said a planned Friday visit to the king Jesus International service.

The Church in West Kendall, south Miami, has been chosen to host trump-70 Christian pastors for the “Evangelicals for trump” coalition to Launch.”

Maldonado is trying to suppress fears, triggered by his Church, because of the Trump-government immigration raids, the Miami Herald reported.

In this Dec. 18, 2019-file-photo-President Donald Trump speaks during a campaign event at the Kellogg Arena in Battle Creek, Michigan. (AP Photo/ Evan Vucci, File)


“I don’t think the President would do something like that,” Maldonado said. “Don’t put your race or your nationality to be a Christian. Mature be … If you want to come, do it for your pastor. This is a way to support me.”

He said that the Church is the organization, or the funding of the event. Anyone who wants to participate must register before.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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