From the Associated Press — A former Detroit mayor says he dropped to his knees in January when he learned that President Donald Trump was releasing him after he had served a portion of a 28-year prison sentence for corruption. Kwame Kilpatrick says he thanked God and promised to stay faithful. Kilpatrick, who lives in the Atlanta area, gave an interview to Deadline Detroit, a news website. Kilpatrick says he plans to study theology and is scheduled to preach this weekend at two Detroit churches. Kilpatrick led Bible studies and worship services in prison. He says he’s also planning to get married again.