Organizers expect more than 1 million people to join a national march Monday to show their anger with Gov. Ricardo Rosselló — who said Sunday that he will not seek reelection in 2020 — and the territory’s entire political system.
The Rev. Stephen Howard delivers a fiery sermon at Cornerstone Missionary Baptist Church in Greenville, N.C. Howard’s sermon included strong words for President Trump’s rally last week that many called racist. (Eamon Queeney for The Post)
Unity Free Will Baptist Church Pastor Jeff Manning has approved of President Trump’s policies, but after the rally in Greenville he said he found Trump wanting spiritually and wondered whether he was a “true believer.” (Eamon Queeney for The Post)
Brad Smith, senior pastor at Memorial Baptist Church in Greenville, is seen at his home with his handwritten sermon. Smith decided to make only a fleeting mention Sunday of Trump’s rally. (Eamon Queeney for The Post)
In Greenville, N.C., where Trump supporters chanted “Send her back!” in reference to Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.), who is Muslim and a refugee, leaders of three congregations handled the moment differently in the pulpit.