Donald Trump and his administration are Christians and not in name only, but they practice Christianity and they also pray together. This is an uncommon thing for the liberal elites and, to be honest, in the past 2 decades, we didn’t see a good, dedicated Christian residents in the White House.
In addition, the leftists hate this and they try to make Trump keep Jesus out of the White House. They don’t want religion at all, except Islam, but anyway they can not stand a Christian leader of this country.
During an interview with David Brody of CBN, President Trump was asked what he thought would be the place of the Christian faith in his administration. Brody wanted to know if being the leader of the free world has caused him to pray more. Trump responded, “Well, I’ll tell you what, I’ve always felt the need to pray.”
Our president continued, “And you know that…So, I would say that the office is so powerful that you need God even more, because your decisions are no longer, ‘Gee, I’m going to build a building in New York,’ or ‘I’m going to do this.’ These are questions of massive life and death, even with regard to health care. You know we’re working very hard on health care.”
Obama would have tried to dodge questions about his faith but not Donald Trump. Then again, Trump didn’t spend the better part of two decades sitting in the pew of a radical church, with a pastor who shouted, “God damn America,” from the pulpit.
An Islamic sympathizer like Obama would never have spoken so lovingly about Christianity during an interview. Since the mainstream media were in his pocket, he never had to worry about answering a difficult or even a slightly controversial question in an adversarial manner.
Evangelical Christians came out in droves for Trump. Not because they felt he was extremely devout or could quote the Bible chapter and verse, but because he wholeheartedly respected their beliefs.