Trump blasts Evangelical magazine after the blistering editorial calling for his removal from office

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Fox News contributor Pastor Robert Jeffress, says Trump will not run in the presidential election, promises, he’s running on successes and areas of the evangelicals.

President Trump, the founded Christianity Today on Friday, according to the Evangelical publication of the late Rev. Billy Graham and his removal demanded blown up after the house of representatives voted to indict him for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.

“A far-left magazine, or a very ‘progressive’, as some would call it, was bad and has not been involved with the Billy Graham family for many years, the Christianity Today knows nothing about reading a perfect transcript of a routine-call, and would prefer a radical Left-wing non-believer, who wants to take their religion and their guns, as Donald Trump as President,” Trump tweeted early Friday.

“No President has done more for the Protestant community, and it’s not even close. You will not get anything from those on Dems state. I’m not going to ET [sic] read it again!”, he continued.


Late Thursday, the Christianity Today editor-in-chief, Mark Galli wrote a blistering op-ed calling for Trump’s removal from office.

“If Mr. Trump should be removed from office by the Senate or by referendum for the next election—that is a matter of regulatory assessment. He should be removed, we believe, is not a question of party-political loyalty, but loyalty to the Creator of the Ten commandments,” he wrote.

Galli admits that “the Democrats had it for [Trump] from the first day” and that everything you do is “under a cloud of partisan suspicion.”

But yet, Galli wrote: “The facts in this case are clear: the President of The United States tried to force its political power to harass a foreign leader and to discredit one of the President’s political opponents,” the editorial read. “This is not only a violation of the Constitution; more importantly, it is deeply immoral.”



“The reason why many are not shocked that this President has dumbed down the idea of morality in this government,” he added, noting that he “hired and fired” people, the “convicted felon” and slammed him for his “immoral actions in the company-and its relation to women, about which he remains proud.”

“His Twitter feed alone, with his usual string of mischaracterizations, lies and slander—is an almost perfect example of a man who lost morally and more confused,” Galli.

Could “the many evangelicals, the record continues to support Mr. Trump, in spite of his blackened moral, we say: Remember who you are and whom you serve. Consider how your justification of Mr Trump influenced your testimony for your Lord and Savior.”


Meanwhile, Evangelical pastors and leaders who prayed with the President in the Oval Office, the impeachment banged-vote in this week called it “to be extremely biased.”

Paula White-Cain, trump the personal pastor and a consultant to the Faith and the opportunity, the Initiative of the White house, has a midnight-prayer for the newly accused President who overwhelmingly won the Evangelical vote in the election of 2016.

“Tonight, we will be President trump to lift in prayer against all wickedness and demonic schemes against him and against his purpose in the name of Jesus Christ,” White-Cain wrote. “The surround him with your angels and have them pitched to him. Let all the demonic impulses and manipulations are to be repealed!”

Speeds. Samuel Rodriguez, President of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference, and Johnnie Moore, President of the Congress of Christian leaders, said Democrats accused Trump of “the policy and the people he represents.”

“The Democrats in the house of accused, to love millions of God-fearing family, and Patriotic Americans who said of the democratic and the Republican party,” the two leaders.

“Our relentless prayers, especially the recovery with the President of the United States, and to all those who led us into this extremely partisan disregard the most powerful tool that our founders gave to us to undo a presidential election – that is exactly what this is an attempt to do that,” she added.

Evangelist Franklin Graham said: “the Dems have been trying to destroy Trump since the first day.”

The President of Samaritan’s Purse and the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, added: “We have to Trump to pray for the President and this nation.”

Jentezen Franklin, pastor of Free chapel, listed Trump performance as President, saying that he feels the need to pray for him again.

“The people’s voice is heard as never before, if we vote again,” Franklin. “Pray, fast and vote their faith 20/20!”

The house of representatives voted on Wednesday to accuse Trump, the adoption of two indictment alleges, the abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. He is the third President in American history to be indicted.


In the center of the prosecution’s request, trump is to start the efforts to press the Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky, in politically-related investigations with regard to former Vice-President Joe Biden and his son Hunter’s dealings in the Ukraine, as well as questions in connection with the 2016 presidential elections. The President, the request came after millions have been frozen in US military aid for Ukraine, the Democrats have argued, shows a “quid pro quo” arrangement. Trump has denied any wrongdoing.

Fox News’ Caleb Parke contributed to this report.

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