Photo Illustration by Elizabeth Brockway/The Daily Beast At the recent National Prayer Breakfast, President Trump called the United States a “nation of believers.” The highly Christian language of his speech—focused on the Bible andShow More Summary
It's not a motto that reflects universally shared historical values but a Christian perspective—one that is embraced by President Trump and the modern GOP. In his address to the National Prayer Breakfast on the morning of Feb. 8, President Donald Trump emphasized the centrality of faith in American life. Show More Summary
The idea is to protest how easily school shootings seem to happen, and how our country has not reacted to this problem ever, other than sending around a lot of thoughts and prayers. You should know that the planning of this event has already been adulterated by either idiotic Americans or smart Russian spies. Show More Summary
A familiar refrain echoed through the halls of the nations capital this past Wednesday as Republican lawmakers large and small took time out of their busy schedules of doing jack squat to send their meaningless “thoughts and prayers” out to the families of the 17 children killed in this country’s 18th school shooting this year. [...]Show More Summary
Liberals said mass shootings have become a national security threat, and prayers aren't enough.
CV CO-FOUNDER NOMINATED President Trump has nominated CatholicVote co-founder Joseph Cella to be ambassador of Fiji. In addition to his work with CatholicVote, Cella founded the National Catholic Prayer Breakfast in 2004 and served as Catholic liaision for Trump’s presidential campaign in 2016. The Senate will need to confirm Cella before he can begin his service. [...]
In his address to the National Prayer Breakfast on the morning of Feb. 8, President Donald Trump emphasized the centrality of faith in American life. After describing the country as a “nation of believers,” Trump reminded his audience that American currency features the phrase “In God We Trust” as...
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President Trump addressed those gathered for the National Prayer Breakfast on Thursday morning. His thoughts actually took us back to the very founding of our nation reflecting similar observations of divine providence made by our first president George Washington with echoes from Jefferson’s Declaration of Independence: "Our rights are not given to us by man," […]
President Trump today met with Guatemalan President Jimmy Morales at the Washington Hilton hotel today, before they attended the annual National Prayer Breakfast. Said Trump, “I love Guatemala, especially with chips and salsa,” according...Show More Summary
At Thursday's National Prayer Breakfast, Trump promoted Americas commitment to religious faith as a foundational pillar of its political life and held up individual Americans as national heroes for their personal struggles and sacrifices on behalf of others.
Donald Trump's speech during the National Prayer Breakfast was anti-science and perpetuated the myth of a "Christian nation."
TV host, actress, and socialite Ksenia Sobchak — who some call the "Russian Paris Hilton" — is an unlikely challenger to Russian President Vladimir Putin's tight grip over Russian society. But Sobchak, whose father Anatoly Sobchak was the first elected mayor of St. Show More Summary
As President Trump prepares to speak at the National Prayer Breakfast, conservative religious leaders have hailed the president’s first-year agenda as their own.
President Donald Trump got up very early Thursday to plug his National Prayer Breakfast appearance. “Will be heading over shortly to make remarks at The National Prayer Breakfast in Washington,” he tweeted. “Great religious and political leaders, and many friends, including T.V. Show More Summary
President Donald Trump says faith is “central to American life and liberty.” Trump spoke Thursday at the National Prayer Breakfast, a high-profile annual event that brings together faith leaders, politicians and dignitaries. (Feb. 8)
Trump stuck to the script during the annual prayer breakfast – unlike last year when he mocked Arnold Schwarzenegger.
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