donald-trump*As Donald Trump continues to reign at the top of GOP polls and make offensive remarks, the real estate mogul is raising eyebrows once again as he prepares to meet with a group of black ministers.

According to Clutch, the meeting will take place Monday (Nov. 30) and will be televised at Trump Tower.

The pastors meeting with Trump include Bishop Clarence McClendon, Bishop Hezekiah Walker, Dr. Cindy Trimm, Pastor Riva Tims, and Dr. Mike Murdock.

poster for Donald Trump meeting with black pastorsThe upcoming meeting isn’t the first time Trump has sat down with black ministers as Clutch points out. In September, he met with a group of Black clergy members, who laid hands on him.

Despite Trump being visibly uncomfortable, the fact that he met with the pastors was enough to win over the group.

“I think Donald Trump changed the opinions of the African American pastors that were in the room,” Pastor Darrell Scott said. “They saw a side of him outside of the media depiction, and that they would give strong consideration in regard to supporting his candidacy.”

So what say you? Is Trump being sincere with meeting the ministers on Monday or is this another opportunity for him to have a photo op and say that “the Blacks” are down with his bid for the White House?

Check out the video of the previous group of ministers praying for Trump and weigh in below: