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By Celine Castronuovo - 10/07/20 06: 06 PM EDT
President TrumpDonald TrumpNY, NJ rail project gets key federal approval Senate meltdown reveals deepening partisan divide DHS formally bans family separations for illicit border crossings MORE’s son Eric TrumpEric TrumpTrump lashes out after grand jury seated for New York criminal probe Michael Cohen predicts Trump will turn on family after revelation of criminal probe Florida GOP passes bill that would clear way for Trump casino license MORE claimed that his father “literally saved Christianity” when touting the commander in chief’s accomplishments during a recent interview on a North Dakota radio show.“He’s literally saved Christianity,” Eric Trump told “What’s on Your Mind” host Scott Hennen in remarks first highlighted by CNN. “I mean, there’s a full out war on faith in this country by the other side.”“The Democratic Party, the far left, has become the party of the ‘atheists,’ and they want to attack Christianity, they want to close churches, they’re totally fine keeping liquor stores open,” he said, referring to COVID-19 orders by governors in some states labeling liquor stores as “essential” businesses, while also putting limitations on the number of people allowed in houses of worship.Here's the audio of Eric Trump listing "he literally saved Christianity" as one of his father's accomplishments in office. pic.twitter.com/uJG6YUPAbq— andrew kaczynski (@KFILE) October 6, 2020In May, President Trump called on governors to “do the right thing and allow these very important essential places of faith to open right now.”However, public health experts have warned that places of worship tend to be more prone to becoming sources of COVID-19 infections if social distancing guidelines are not properly implemented."You have to be careful, it depends on the particular state, city, region, county that you're in, and what the dynamics of the outbreak are," Anthony FauciAnthony FauciAnother casualty of the pandemic: Journalists' curiosity about the Wuhan lab Two new studies indicate COVID-19 vaccine immunity lasts at least a year The Biden White House has made 4 big economic mistakes in just 4 months MORE, the country’s top infectious diseases expert, told The Hill at the time.Trump has gained support from many evangelical leaders for his promise to appoint conservative justices to the Supreme Court, which Trump has acted on most recently with the nomination of Judge Amy Coney BarrettAmy Coney BarrettJuan Williams: Time for Justice Breyer to go Abortion rights groups warn of imminent crackdown if Roe v. Wade overturned Are the Supreme Court and Biden ready to rumble over Roe? MORE to fill the seat left vacant by the death of Justice Ruth Bader GinsburgRuth Bader GinsburgJuan Williams: Time for Justice Breyer to go Democrats: Roe v. Wade blow would fuel expanding Supreme Court Abortion fight front and center ahead of midterms MORE.According to reports from the Pew Research Center, white evangelical voters are more than twice as likely to say Trump is religious. The same study, however, found that fewer than half of Americans overall think Trump is a Christian.Despite Trump’s public praise of conservative Christian leaders, The Atlantic reported last week that Trump had allegedly called evangelical pastors “hustlers” in a 2015 conversation with his then-lawyer Michael CohenMichael Dean CohenFederal judge to appoint special master to review materials seized from Giuliani Importance of Trump grand jury probe cannot be overstated Senate GOP doubts grand jury charges would weaken Trump MORE. Former aides also told the magazine that they heard the president mock conservative religious leaders, adding that he saw them as a group to be “schmoozed, conned or bought off,” according to The Atlantic.
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