The parade of bold-faced names heading up the golden elevator at Trump Tower aren’t only in line for cabinet positions. On Tuesday, Ray Lewis was among the people who met with the President-elect.
According to New York Magazine, the Ravens great was at Trump Tower with Jim Brown. The two were escorted by former Apprentice contestant Omarosa Manigault, who became Trump’s spokeswoman on African American issues.
Wherever Papa JB asks me to go I go. His vision is beyond platforms. Made great strides today to partner w/the gov 2 help urban communities pic.twitter.com/LfyVJwYWtX
— Ray Lewis (@raylewis) December 13, 2016
Lewis told the New York Daily News that he and Trump talked about entrepreneurship.
“The bottom line is job creation and economic development in these urban areas to change the whole scheme of what our kids see … he’s wide open to really helping us change what hasn’t been changed,” he said, according to the Daily News.
Lewis recently launched Baltimore 1000, which is aimed at creating jobs.
The meeting followed Trump’s sit-down with Kanye West earlier on Tuesday morning.