“This false invitation for African-American representation in the Trump campaign has been equal to the false invitation for African-American participation, minority participation, in the Republican Party for the last 20 years,” explained Williams.
When asked why he believes Trump's direct appeal to the African-American community is false, Williams replied, “Are you kidding me? Seriously, do you really believe that?”
He continued: “It’s like, David Duke right now saying, ‘Hey, I want to get these black people, come on in my house. Forget everything I’ve said in the past.’
“It really has done more to make sure that the primary people he was speaking in front of would be less apt to say, ‘Oh, he is a racist,’” he added. “You cannot go back and now retract your statements and your past to try to say that you’re not what you have been.”
Williams also cast doubt on Trump’s ability to lead the country, explaining that he is a direct threat to the United States “without any question.”
“He’s shown the fact that he does not have the capacity to even understand international politics,” Williams said. “He’s shown a clear direction in his thinking that it’s OK to commit war crimes.”
That is why Williams, a longtime conservative, will be voting for Hillary Clinton in November -- although he does not agree with all of Clinton’s actions, including her handling of sensitive information as secretary of state, which he calls an “abomination.”
But he just can’t pull the lever for Trump.
“I think [Trump] has done it to himself. I just cannot vote for him,” said Williams.