Trump addresses the Values Voter Summit

Trump addresses the Values Voter Summit

Americans are as free today as they were previous year or decades ago to say "Merry Christmas", or "Happy Holidays", or nothing at all.

"Since the early days of the campaign, President Trump allied himself with values voters, promising to put an end to the eight years of relentless assault on the First Amendment", said Perkins. "And it will be red, they'll have it painted".

"We are stopping cold the attacks on Judeo-Christian values", Trump said to applause, before slamming people who don't say "Merry Christmas". But they don't say [it]'.

Speaking at the Values Voter Summit, Trump boasted about "tremendous strides" against ISIS and his plan to decertify the Iran nuclear deal, while saying he hoped to give Americans a Christmas gift of tax reform and to deliver on scrapping Obamacare, after multiple failed repeal efforts. "To protect religious liberty, including protecting groups like this one, I signed a new executive action in a handsome ceremony at the White House on our National Day of Prayer".

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Trump laced his remarks with other comments about faith. 'We treasure our freedom. He said in America, 'We are all all every one of us made by the same god in heaven'.

Shortly before the president spoke, Rep. Mike Johnson of Louisian wanred: 'Even the RINOs [Republicans in Name Only] in the Congress recognize that it's their scalp that is at issue here.' He said 'there's gonna be a reckoning this fall'.

Trump is scheduled to speak on Friday morning at the opening ceremonies which kick off the three-day convening being held at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington D.C.

"To protect the unborn, I have reinstated a policy first put in place by President Ronald Reagan".

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