Sep 16, 2020
In this episode of the Conservative Business Journal Podcast, John Di Lemme interviews Terrence Williams about his new book, From the Foster House to the White House.
During this podcast, Terrence shares...
→ His background in Oklahoma being born into a broken home with his 8 brothers and sisters to an addicted mother
→ Why his oldest sister had to step up to take care of him and his siblings despite having her
→ When he went to the children's shelter just before he started Kindergarten
→ What happened when the judge removed his mother's rights after giving her a chance to get clean
→ The stress of going back and forth between his mother's home to the shelter to foster homes and the staff even saying "the Williams family is back."
→ Why others screaming "oppression" upsets him when in reality it's an individual's choice to be a victim
→ How God guided him through the difficult times and was the only one that he could depend on
→ The importance of remembering and then letting it go...don't live your life in the past!
→ As adults, we must take responsibility for our actions no matter what happened to us as children. Stop the excuses!
→ The turning point in his life was when he got adopted as a teenager, because he had a family that disciplined him and loved him.
→ How he was impacted when he heard President Trump say that Black America had "nothing to lose" by voting for him.
→ Why his upbringing gave him the ability to tell when someone like President Trump is the "Real Deal" and not like other politicians
→ What happened the first time he want to the White House and why he didn't make it due to a car accident
→ When he was invited to the White House the second time and met President Trump
→ How President Trump is different from other Presidents especially the way he treats people...he's just a normal guy!
→ Why calling President Trump "racist" is foolish and what he's done for Black America proves it
→ What the American flag means to him
Plus so much more!