Politicians Claim They Pray to or Thank God, but No One Has Done More for Christianity Than This President

Politicians Claim They Pray to or Thank God, but No One Has Done More for Christianity Than This President

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Many people all around the world loved and still love Former President Donald Trump. They like him because he was not afraid to tell the truth about things, and often made good choices that lined up with the people of America. He made choices for the American people and likewise did a lot for Christianity. Many feel that Trump has done more than any other president has for Christianity during his time in office, and his son would agree.

“There’s no one who’s done more for Christianity than Donald Trump. No one,” said Trump’s son, Eric Trump in a bold comment over at the Freedom Fest in Morningview, Ky., Saturday, Sept. 10. Donald Trump’s oldest child, Donald Trump Jr., likewise spoke up at the convention.

Those remarks came two days after the Chief of the Public Strict Telecasters went on an extreme right cable network to denounce current President Joe Biden for putting the Christian faith “under attack” in his declaration to the country the prior week.

“Evangelicals are being attacked,” said Troy Mill operator, head of the NRB, on Newsmax. He announced Biden’s Sept. 1 discourse not exclusively was disruptive but was criticizing faithful Christians who structure an enormous piece of Trump’s political base. In his address, Biden separated between MAGA conservatives and more traditional conservatives who don’t appreciate or follow Trump.

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“I think he was talking to a large part of the country in a very negative way, because you look at, again, Christianity and he didn’t bring out all of the things Christians do across this country. Christians are the first to respond to disasters. Christians are the first to be there for help and food aid and a number of things. But yet he pointed out the things his party doesn’t agree with and then villainized Christians for holding those views. So I really think he divided the country rather than pulled it together. I don’t think that’s right at all.” said Miller.

Many think that Trump has never been known as a rehearsing Christian or churchgoer, but there were at one point criticisms of him attending a church and how much he was tithing. Nevertheless, he has taken on legendary status among evangelicals who accept he is the chief of their social causes.

The previous president’s child repeated his dad’s own words with this statement, in any case. In October 2021, Donald Trump said in a meeting that “nobody has done more for Christianity or for evangelicals or for religion itself than I have.”

President Biden has a perfect inverse perspective on his predecessor, pronouncing in his Sept. 1 location to the country that Trump and his MAGA “are determined to take this country backward, backward to an America where there is no right to choose, no right to privacy, no right to contraception, no right to marry who you love. They promote authoritarian leaders and they fan the flames of political violence that are a threat to our personal rights, to the pursuit of justice, to the rule of law, to the very soul of this country.”

If you are unaware or are curious as to what Trump did for Christianity some of the things are outlined here. Among many of the milestones, one of the most praised motions was when he recognized Jerusalem as Isreal’s capital and relocated the U.S. Embassy there from Tel Aviv.