Rick Joyner wrote the following on FaceBook,
Because so many are asking, here are just a few insights from our meeting with Trump:
First, he was very personable, and hospitable, going out of his way to make everyone comfortable. It was a warm and friendly meeting, but serious too. In a unique way he made it clear that the meeting wasn’t just about him, but us, and all of our concerns for the country. We did not get together to discuss policies, but principles, and it was more of a get to know each other meeting.
He is very confident that he will win the election, though he knows he has some very hard work ahead, and very hard fights to go through. This was not arrogance. In fact, I never felt arrogance in him the whole time we were with him, but rather the opposite. You can’t do what he’s done in business without confidence, and boldness, and he has these for sure, but it doesn’t seem to be arrogance. One of the basic characteristics of humility is to be teachable, and he was not only open to new insights, but sought it. I felt that his confidence about the election was also healthy as he is already thinking about governing, and how to build a great team that can turn the country around.
We then met with Eric Trump in the boardroom for awhile. He is a very impressive young man. He’s not only very sharp, but carried the same kind of openness and desire to learn his father has. It was also impressive the way Eric sought to attach every policy to an underlying moral principle, and he even stated how important this was for them to do. To my surprise, at no time in any of these conversations did we talk about what was politically expedient, but rather what was right. I honestly was not expecting this, but I felt that it was very genuine.
I’m a little squeezed for time now, but I’ll be sharing more later.
Source: Rick Joyner, FaceBook, https://www.facebook.com/RickJoyner.MorningStar/posts/1263894006976747, Published 14/05/2016. (Accessed 25/06/2016.)