Members Of Trump White House Attend Regular Bible Study Groups

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High-ranking members of the Trump White House have at least one shared interest as it has been discovered that they attend a weekly Bible study class.

The class, offered by the founder of Capital Ministries, Ralph Drollinger,

Drollinger, a former NBA star, told CBN News that the Bible study regulars include Health Secretary Tom Price, Energy Secretary Rick Perry, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, Agriculture Secretary Sunny Perdue, CIA Director Mike Pompeo, and Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

The Trump White House’s public devotion to their faith is further salt in the wounds of Liberals who are already upset at losing the presidential election.

After all, the last two Democratic presidents were Barack Obama, who mocked small town Americans as bitter people who cling to their guns and religion, and Bill Clinton, whose extramarital affairs supersedes any and all legacies he may have hoped  to have left behind.

In fact, the Democratic Party actually had to take a vote, in 2012, about whether or not to remove God from their party’s charter.

Drollinger gave the impression that he was impressed, in particular, by the devotion of Vice President Mike Pence,

“He’ll go out the same day I teach him something and I’ll see him do it on camera and I just think, ‘Wow, these guys are faithful, available and teachable and they’re at Bible study every week they’re in town.'” 

In the past, Pence has found himself in the cross-hairs of Liberal ideologues who criticized the vice president for having a policy not to have a dinner, personal or business, with another woman when his wife is not present.

For the Left, the idea of standards, morals, and integrity are foreign and outdated concepts that are completely unrepeatable in today’s tech-driven and instantly gratifying world.

Share this if you admire the members of the Trump administration for having a strong faith in something bigger than themselves besides the federal government.


Source: Fox News

Source: Breitbart


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