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Ernest Angley in this 2006 file photo provided by Angley.
Rev. Ernest Angley of the Grace Cathedral in 1988. (Photo by Carpenter's Studio)
Ernest Angley, Akron televsion evangelist is photographed in June, 1999 with a painting (above) depicting the evangelist's first vision from God at age 8, when he claims he was told in a dream that he must reach the world for Jesus. (Kimberly Barth/Akron Beacon Journal file photo)
Ernest Angley holds his first Bible in his office in 1999.(Kimbverly Barth/Akron Beacon Journal file photo)
Rev. Ernest Angley leads the worship service at the Cathederal of Tomorrow in June 1999. (Kimberly Barth/Akron Beacon Journal file photo)
Rev. Ernest Angley preaches the word during a service at the Grace Cathedral on State Road in Cuyahoga Falls in June, 1999. (Kimberly Barth/Akron Beacon Journal)
Rev. Ernest Angley preaches the word during a service at the Grace Cathedral on State Road in Cuyahoga Falls in June 1999. (Kimberly Barth/Akron Beacon Journal)
CLEVELAND: In his speech Thursday night accepting the Republican nomination, Donald Trump stretched the facts on numerous occasions, got them right in other cases and cherry-picked data to make his case for the presidency. The speech was accompanied by 282 footnotes, primarily from mainstream media outlets and government sources, to support his claims.