President Trump is slated to sign an executive order to ensure and advance religious liberties on Thursday, which is also the National Day of Prayer.
The order is expected to broaden exemptions available to individuals and organizations in areas of religious objection.
In preparation for the day, on Wednesday evening, Trump hosted Christian leaders at a White House dinner and prayer.
The president shared a lived-streamed video of events happening Thursday with his Twitter followers.
“Beautiful evening with Religious Leaders here at the WH last night. Join us now for a
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 4, 2017
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