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High-Profile Atheist Explains Why He’s on the Trump Train: An Interview with Robert M. Price

An atheist professor, author, and scholar of religion is supporting Donald Trump for President of the United States, making him one of the 23% of Religiously Unaffiliated Americans (only a fraction of which are atheists) to choose the billionaire real estate magnate over Hillary Clinton.We wanted to know why.
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