Black televangelist kicks off Donald Trump rally by claiming that black people don't exist
Pastor Mark Burns opens a Trump rally in New York (Screenshot)

Pastor and televangelist Mark Burns opened a Donald Trump rally in Rochester, New York on Sunday night by declaring that the only skin color that mattered was "red, white and blue."

"When you think about it, the only real person who has been divisive is the Obama and Clinton administration," he remarked. "Because they want to make you to believe that it is more important to be the color of your skin than being the color of the United States of America. Because the fact of the matter is, there are no black people, there are no white people, there are no Hispanic people, there are no Asian people -- there's only the one color that matters and that is the color of red, white and blue."

Burns then began chanting "USA" before urging the audience to vote in the upcoming primary election.

The North Carolina pastor has previously made headlines for calling on Bernie Sanders to convert to Christianity and scolding Pope Francis for criticizing Trump's immigrant rhetoric.

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