Trump turns National Prayer Breakfast into a political rally.

Statements such as this ““As everybody knows, my family, our great country and your president have been put through a terrible ordeal by some very dishonest and corrupt people. They have done everything possible to destroy us and by so doing very badly hurt our nation,” Mr. Trump told an audience of religious leaders and followers. “They know what they are doing is wrong, but they put themselves far ahead of our great country.”” are indicative of the way he projects the things HE himself has done onto others who oppose him.

Then only dishonest and corrupt people are Mr. Trump and the GOP Senators who disregarded their oath to do “impartial justice” and ignore the Constitution and the will of the people … AGAIN.

This, also form the report, proving he bastardized a prayer breakfast to turn it into a rally speech. “Mr. Trump’s speech was as overtly a political talk as any president has made at the National Prayer Breakfast, traditionally a bipartisan affair where members of both parties put aside their disagreements for an hour or two to focus on their shared beliefs. When he arrived, he held up two newspapers with banner headlines that said, “Acquitted” and “Trump Acquitted.” In addition to his outburst on impeachment, Mr. Trump cited rising stock markets, boasted about his approval rating in the latest Gallup poll and urged the audience to vote in the fall.”

He has already scheduled a post-(sham)trial speech. He had no reason to preview at the National Prayer Breakfast.

6 thoughts on “Trump turns National Prayer Breakfast into a political rally.

  1. Well, if I could read one mind, it would have been Pence’s. I’m sure for the most part it would be a dull read, but when Trump ridiculed God at a prayer breakfast, I wonder if a light came on?

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