TRUMP TWEET: In America we worship God

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President Trump took to Twitter on Wednesday afternoon to remind his supporters of some of the passionate words he had for the people of Ohio Tuesday evening.

During his speech in Youngstown, Ohio, the president mentioned many things when listing the successes and accomplishments he’s racked up during his first 6 months in office. With each item he listed the audience cheered louder.

But few things he said Tuesday evening captured the sort of cheers that his statement about worshiping God received. The president said, “IN AMERICA WE DON’T WORSHIP GOVERNMENT – WE WORSHIP GOD.”

President Trump tweeted out those exact words today, and he provided a link to his Instagram account where the video was embedded (see video below).

“And finally, we believe that family and faith, not government and bureaucracy, are the foundation of our society,” Trump said in the video. “You’ve heard me say it before on the campaign trail, and I’ll say it again tonight – in America we don’t worship government, we worship God.”

The president’s faith-themed tweet came hours after he announced plans to ban transgender people from serving in the U.S. military in any capacity – citing advice from his generals and medical costs.

He has since received a wave of pushback from liberal politicians, celebrities, and the ACLU, which says it is looking at all legal actions available to fight the president’s announcement.


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