They Told Trump to Keep Jesus Out of the White House, so He Fired Back With THIS

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They Told Trump to Keep Jesus Out of the White House, so He Fired Back With THIS

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President Trump Attends Easter Services Following Early Morning Tweet Spree

Throughout the duration of his two-term presidency, Barack Obama waged a full-blown war on Christianity, all while appeasing Muslims and pandering to terrorists. But not Donald Trump.

Trump attended church service at the Bethesda-by-the-Sea Church in Palm Beach with Tiffany, Barron and Melania -followed by a brunch and an Easter egg hunt… But not before getting in some early morning Tweets defending his decision not to label China a currency manipulator—a policy reversal from his campaign rhetoric—and criticizing tax protesters.


Trump was recently interviewed by David Brody. “Let me switch gears. You know, it wouldn’t be an interview between us if I didn’t ask a ‘God question,’ if you will,” said Brody.

“How has that spiritual journey been for you? Especially being here and knowing the gravity of the office. Do you feel the need to pray more? Where are you on that?” Trump did not hesitate to answer. “Well, I’ll tell you what,” Trump began. “I’ve always felt the need to pray.

I wonder if the praying or the Tweeting comes first? Aw, who cares? Early Sunday morning he was up and at ’em. I love it.

“Why would I call China a currency manipulator when they are working with us on the North Korean problem? We will see what happens!”

When it comes to questions about faith, as Mr. Conservative notes, Obama would have tried to dodge a question like this, but… Here’s President Trump:

“So yes, you realize these decisions are all so important—there’s almost not a decision that you make when you’re sitting in this position that isn’t a really life-altering decision. So God comes in even more so.”

I think we can all agree that Islamic-sympathizing Obama would have never made these comments. SHARE this report if you’re glad to have God back in the White House!


  1. Dan Goor

    Mar 15, 2017 at 8:14 am

    Obama sympathized with Islam. a religion as well as a way of life. Not being particularly religious I do respect those who accept one of the prevailing monotheist, and the fact that Donald Trump realizes that to do the job on hand Divine support is needed is to be respected, and em admired.

  2. Joan hill

    Mar 15, 2017 at 8:16 am

    President Trump im keeping you in my prayers I believe God placed you where you are ,stand strong God is on your side Obama can’t do what God won’t allow in spite of what he thinks .God bless you and keep you safe and strong remember where your strength comes from . Respectfully Joan hill

    • Joan hill

      Mar 15, 2017 at 8:17 am


  3. Mary Reese

    Mar 15, 2017 at 7:48 pm

    I think the majority of Americans are very happy God is back in the White House. I pray every night that our country turns back to God and our President and vice President constantly ask him for guidance.

  4. Vivian Toscano

    Mar 15, 2017 at 9:13 pm

    Thank you, President Trump, for bringing back God into the White House! Blessings.

  5. Kenneth Gates

    Mar 16, 2017 at 7:28 am

    Everyone thinks he’s not there but he’s listening and taken down names.

  6. James McClane

    Mar 16, 2017 at 9:28 am


  7. James McClane

    Mar 16, 2017 at 9:29 am


  8. Penelope fucking oeuvres

    Mar 16, 2017 at 11:27 am

    This story is full of shit. Obama has recited Bible verses in manyyyyy of his speeches. If you cared more for the country and not for the hate of a black president y’all would’ve heard it. I have yet to hear Donald Trump ever admit to reading a Bible, let alone reciting a verse. I’m still waiting for that speech and I watch the white house live everyday. I’m not saying he’s not Christian but he ain’t as religious as you people want to think. -Average American citizen.

  9. Cindy Papproth

    Mar 16, 2017 at 11:46 am


  10. Cindy Papproth

    Mar 16, 2017 at 11:48 am

    Amen! God bless him and those who work for the good of our nation under God’s will.

  11. Stacie heppe

    Mar 16, 2017 at 1:28 pm

    I’m glad that God is back in the white house . I thank God every day for putting president Donald Trump in the White House.

  12. Stacie heppe

    Mar 16, 2017 at 1:30 pm

    I’m glad that God is back in the white house . I thank God every day for putting president Donald Trump in the White House

  13. xmodgames

    Mar 16, 2017 at 1:51 pm

    WOW just what I was looking for. Came here by searching for Best Iphone Photo editing apps

  14. June Burrow

    Mar 16, 2017 at 3:24 pm

    God knew what he was doing .2nd Chronicles chapter 16 v 9 says this “FOR THE EYES OF THE LIRD RUN TO AND FRO THROUGH OUT THE WHOLE EARTH TO SHEW HIMSELF STRONG IN THE BEHALF OF THEM WHOSE HEART IS PERFECT TOWARDS HIM. All President Truis has to do u is be obedient and pray. Gods got this. Just sit back and watch the salvation of the Lord.

  15. June Burrow

    Mar 16, 2017 at 3:26 pm

    Just look over where my finger hits the wrong letter .

  16. Mark W. Rudy

    Mar 16, 2017 at 3:46 pm

    The government should not be allowed to take God away from anybody. God should be in everyone’s life in someway.

  17. Michael Willcutt

    Mar 16, 2017 at 4:10 pm

    Yes God and prayers come first in every government office if in office you don’t believe in this you shouldn’t be in office point said .

    • Michael Willcutt

      Mar 16, 2017 at 4:12 pm

      No Muslims allowed this is Gods country don’t like it get out

  18. nina

    Mar 16, 2017 at 10:08 pm

    god bless him. pray daily and prayed for Obama but felt he did not want it so i quit. we are challenged as christians to pray for our leaders no matter what.

  19. Roy

    Mar 17, 2017 at 9:33 pm

    Its great that we have a God fearing man in the office. President Trump has to have god working for him, because President Trump has so many evil people trying their best to destroy us and our way of life. Can the damage Obama caused be turned around and our nation restored ? only God knows the answer to that.

  20. Lydia BANTILAN

    Mar 17, 2017 at 11:45 pm


  21. Linda Garland

    Mar 18, 2017 at 5:18 am

    Trump is truly everything I wanted and want in a President. I believe God’s Hand is on him because this country was losing badly with the likes of obama. Now we have a man who loves this country and is bold enough to give homage to God, as all should in this Judeo-Christian country.

  22. Fletch

    Mar 18, 2017 at 10:54 am

    Makes me think of a book I wrote. Here’s some interesting excerpts. You should enjoy them. If they make you think of DT, well, there you go. ://

    As many Christian authors and pastors have written and preached in recent times in our country, Emmanuel Hirsch preached and wrote that his country should return to the traditional values present when his land was strong and powerful, when the economy was healthy and vital, and when the church supported the state. As the Puritans and the Founding Fathers saw God’s divine will in America, so he saw that God was with his homeland in a special way, and God desired and ordained his country to become the creation of a New Israel under a state and church dedicated to service of God and people. God had provided them with a new leader, a Christian man who prayed in his speeches to the people, who would lead a state which was intended under his leadership to become a tool of God’s grace.
    The horror is that Emanuel Hirsch was writing in Germany of the 1930s and ’40s. The nation which he foresaw as this “tool of God’s grace”, since it “accepts Christianity and preserves order”, was Nazi Germany. The leader who was, in Hirsch’s view, a heaven-sent Christian leader, was Adolf Hitler; witness what Hirsch wrote in 1933: “No other Volk (people) in the world has a leading statesman such as ours, who takes Christianity so seriously. On May 1 when Adolf Hitler closed his great speech with a prayer, the whole world could sense the wonderful sincerity in that.” Yale’s Robert B. Ericksen, in Theologians Under Hitler, tells us that “Hirsch believes that God stands with Hitler in this moment of German history…”
    Other German theologians, Gerhard Kittel and Paul Althaus, held similar beliefs. It must be said here that none of the three, not Hirsch nor Althaus nor Kittel, accepted what we in US Christendom term as classic German theology; they were, and remain, respected conservative theologians as far as their non-political theological writings are concerned. Their own individual tragedies lie in their acceptance of a national theology, which initially seemed to fit their Christian faith, but within a decade had become the epitome of evil on earth.
    The vast majority of German churchgoers went along with the excesses of their government for what must have been a variety of reasons, with a rainbow of conflicting emotions. Those might have ranged from quiet outrage and helplessness to quiet satisfaction and subtle cooperation. Most undoubtedly were disquieted, unnerved, but found it easiest and safest to pretend as though the government was indeed, as the Bible teaches, put into authority over them by God, and they should be submissive to its laws and strictures. They found refuge, no doubt, in their theology of individual salvation and personal walk and faith with Christ, and felt as though sermons and religious discussions should avoid politics unless those politics were in support of the state. Frankly, the economics of the street improved immeasurably under the Nazis, and Christians have always been tempted by comfort and bounty, seen as a reward for their piety. They dressed their Jesus in formal robes and put high liturgy on his lips, and stood him on the street corner to pray gratefully, thankful that he was not like those Jews. The swastika was worn gracefully around the neck next to the cross, in homage to the state, and the giant red flag slashed in black rested on the podium across from the Christian flag, the church and state once again strong together.
    Both Kittel and Althaus joined Hirsch in support of the National Socialist movement and the Nazi regime in all of its heinous excesses and immorality, despite their sincere and conservative faith and profound knowledge of and familiarity with the Gospel. Kittel wrote that “the Nazi phenomenon was a ‘volkisch renewal movement on a Christian, moral foundation'” , based upon “Hitler’s promise that the Party stood for “Positive Christianity,'” and joined a political party, the Nazis, for the first time in his life, at age 45 in 1933. In 1934, he wrote Karl Barth (a great Christian counter-point to Christian fascism), say¬ing that “agreement with state and Fuhrer was obedience towards the law of God.”
    Althaus wrote as the opening sentence in a popular book that “Our Protestant churches have greeted the turning point of 1933 as a gift and miracle of God.” He goes on to say “…we take the turning point of this year as grace from God’s hand. He has saved us from the abyss and out of hopelessness. He has given us–or so we hope–a new day of life.” In 1934, writing in response to the Barmen Declaration (created by Barth and others in protest to the Nazis), he says that “we as believing Christians thank God our father that he has given to our Volk in its time of need the Führer as a ‘pious and faithful sovereign’, and that he wants to prepare for us in the National Socialist system of government ‘good rule’, a government with ‘discipline and honor.’ Accordingly, we know that we are responsible before God to assist the work of the Führer in our calling and in our station in life.” In 1935, two years into the Nazi regime, he records his thought that “We Christians know ourselves bound by God’s will to the promotion of National Socialism…”
    Meanwhile, the Deutsche Christen found comfortable and satisfying a comparison between Jesus and Hitler, made by one of their leading theologians, Julius Leutheuser, who also responded to charges that Nazism has been made into a religion by virtually equating the Reformation with National Socialism. Later, another DC theologian, Siegfried Leffler, “asserts that…Germany has been given a mission from God. The ‘leader and prophet’ is Adolf Hitler.” Althaus attacked this position, accusing the Deutsche Christen of claiming the status of a “New Israel” for Germany. Leutheuser had written that “Whoever gives up hope for Germany, gives up hope for meaning in the world. Whoever does not believe in Germany’s resurrection, does not believe in the resurrection of God.” To his credit, Althaus ridiculed this idea. But he also wrote about “totalitarianism as a perfectly satisfactory form of government” and noted that “democracy…is not the best form of government for every nation”. He, along with Kittel, supported a militaristic state, describing war as “an unfortunate but necessary means for nations to resolve their differences.” Above all, he exalted devotion to the Volk, the people of a nation, the people of Germany, as an absolute obligation in obedience to God and His will.
    Hirsch, the true intellectual giant of the three theologians, once quoted Ernst Moritz Arndt: “Belief in God creates men, men of unshakable desire for freedom and genuine faithfulness…and men with warm hearts, who are capable of a complete and strong love for their Volk.” Here we see the confusion of loyalties; the desire for a restoration of the things of Christ in society coupled with the longing for a strong and proud state. Somehow the two become as one, and in the unholy union, Christ is lost, crucified again in the 6 million Jews, the 10 million people killed in camps, the 100 million who died world-wide as a result of the idolatry. This is nothing but idolatrous worship of freedom, the same freedom that is blamed for the ills of German society, the same freedom that will be denied to those 6 million, those 10 million, those 100 million. It is this freedom that will enslave others to free those in power from menial labor and economic struggle. It is this freedom that will deny others immigration in order to protect a lifestyle, and this freedom that will deport or eliminate those it does not enslave, again to ensure physical comforts and luxuries.

  23. Randolph A McInerney

    Mar 18, 2017 at 7:12 pm


    Allah is a ~FRAUD~…so is Muhammad…!!!!

  24. Randolph A Mcinerney

    Mar 18, 2017 at 7:14 pm

  25. Oliver John Hymes Jr.

    Mar 18, 2017 at 7:42 pm

    Please read : JOHN 14:14 and BELIEVE IT!

    • Oliver John Hymes Jr.

      Mar 18, 2017 at 7:44 pm


  26. Gil Carrick

    Mar 18, 2017 at 10:47 pm

    Perhaps you noticed that he never said he prayed at all, much less that he prayed more now.

  27. Sable simmons

    Mar 20, 2017 at 5:50 am


  28. Michael Funso

    Mar 20, 2017 at 9:01 am

    actually you don’t have the truth — you have the fake.

  29. fred freestone

    Apr 16, 2017 at 7:42 pm

    Obama was anti American and anti christian

  30. patricia williamson

    Apr 16, 2017 at 7:53 pm

    So Happy Mr.President you have put God back in the White House where he belongs Thank you and may God Bless you and your Family

  31. Mary Grosenheider

    Apr 17, 2017 at 7:46 am

    God absolutely belongs in the White House! It belongs in every home and heart! We need God to help us lead a Christian March against the evils that have permeated our borders! Either by hook or by crook,they have come to our shores, and we need God’s work to battle the evil ones!

  32. Robin

    Apr 17, 2017 at 8:38 am

    Trump is not a Christian and in no way is his behavior Christ like. Actual Christians already know this.

  33. Diane Hayes

    Apr 17, 2017 at 10:10 pm

    I’m very happy that God is back in the White House and I prayed to God that President Trump would become our president. As for the North Koreans we should ignore this maniac where giving him to much attention and this seems to insight him more!

  34. Joe Assmuchen

    Apr 18, 2017 at 9:39 am

    Jesus can lick my sweaty balls while God swallows my thick milky load!