Trump: Christianity ‘under siege’

by Jordain Carney  |  published on January 19, 2016

GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump touted his faith at Liberty University on Monday, telling the conservative college that Christians have to ban together because their religion “is under siege.”

“We’re going to protect Christianity,” he said. “If you look at what’s going on throughout the world…Christianity is under siege.”

Trump pointed to targeting of Christians by terrorist groups in Syria and urged Christians to work together to use their “power” within the United States to enact change.

  • bobnstuff

    How can anyone take this guy seriously? He’s a “Christian who doesn’t know what the books of the bible are, doesn’t go to church because he is to busy doing business on Sunday, has never felt the need to ask for forgiveness from God. If he is the defender of the faith we are in deep trouble.

  • VirgoVince

    NOTHING done by this admin has been in the BEST interests of THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA!
    He’s the ONLY candidate who comes close to being MAN ENOUGH to do it!!

  • Michael Dennewitz

    CHRISTIANITY is not the only thing in danger! The monkey in our white house has been placed there to totally destroy ANYTHING that made this country great. All one has to do is TRY to compile a list of the “good” he has done and then look at how he’s depleting our military to almost nothing. Religious or not, GOD HELP US BEFORE HE TOTALLY DESTROYS US!!

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