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Trump: It’s a ‘sad thing’ Churches can lose tax-exempt status for endorsing me

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump suggested on Monday that he would end the IRS prohibition on churches participating in partisan political campaigns. While speaking to veterans in Herndon, Virginia, an attendee complained that military officials had been banned from evangelizing...
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