According To Insiders, God Is Not Just A Passing Fancy In The Trump White House

The “Never Trumpers,” and the left, have attacked his character at every turn, ever since they realized the Trump campaign was a serious threat. Looking under every rock and into every crevice for untoward skullduggery, and even attacking his faith. Well, we’re here to tell ya that POTUS is a man of God, and he doesn’t need a camera or press crew to motivate him to ask for guidance and blessing. This week VP, Mike Pence, made it well known, the president frequently calls on God to open his meetings in the west wing. You can bet it’s a not just a passing fancy, but an observance that will be a mainstay of White House protocol.

Lifesite News gives us an insight into the hate shattering revelation.

The vice president said it’s not only on certain occasions such as Thursday’s National Day of Prayer that it takes place, and the president is a frequent prompter of that prayer.

“There’s prayer going on on a regular basis in this White House,” stated Pence. “And it’s one of the most meaningful things to me.”

“Whether it’s public meetings or not,” Pence said, “I’ve lost count of the number of times that the president has nudged me, or nudged another member of the Cabinet and said, ‘Let’s start this meeting with prayer.'”

“He’s someone who really believes in the power of prayer,” added Pence, “and in the importance of faith in American life.”

And The Hill made another great point about why prayer is important in Trump policy.

“This is really about making sure that as we develop policies for the country, that we are always making room for those inalienable rights, the free exercise of religion that Americans cherish,” Pence told CBN News.

Pence, a devout evangelical Christian, said the newly established faith-based office will inform the administration of any “failures of the executive branch to comply with religious liberty protections under law.”

So let the left light their hair on fire. The rest of us will enjoy the return of Christianity, and prayer, to the American Culture.