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West Virginia legislator calls trump for ‘using the Lord’s name in vain” during the rally

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A West Virginia legislator is mad at “unpleasant comments” President Trump, during his North-Carolina-rally. But it had nothing to do with the “chic” crowd chants aimed at Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn. the President denied Thursday.

The democratic state sen. Paul Hardesty, a conservative Trump supporters from the coal-country, sent a letter to the President saying he was “appalled” by the leader of the free world uses “God damn” not once, but twice during his Wednesday-night rally.

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It was the first time in relation to a business person who does not get to trump, along with, the consented reluctantly, he grows under the trump administration. Otherwise, he would already, “said God-damn poor,” Trump. The second time the trump used, it was in terms of how hard the US military strike would be Iran, if it comes to him.

It is not well with the West Virginia legislature.

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“There is no place in society anywhere, in any place and at any time-where this type of language should be used or treated,” Hardesty wrote. “Your comments were not President. I know in my heart that you’re better than that.”

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Hardesty concluded, by saying, to remind trump, it is “In God we Trust” in the United States, “do not curse.”

But the democratic legislators, in spite of his criticism of Trump, he said he remains a supporter today and Trump invited to “reflect on their comments and never heard those words again.”

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Trump, largely elected, has said of Evangelical Christians, it will be the fight for religious freedom. His support has been increasing among evangelicals, mainly because of the nomination of the conservative judge that moving the Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, and because of his anti-abortion policies.

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