Look What Happened When Trump And Pence Walked Into Church On Sunday

Both President Elect Donald Trump and Vice President Elect Mike Pence attended church together last Sunday morning in New Jersey at a Presbyterian church. The New York Post reported that they went to the Lamington Presbyterian Church for 10 a.m. mass in Bedminster Township. They reviewed enthusiastic applause at 11:15 a.m. after the mass.

Trump has a The Donald’s Trump National Golf Club Bedminster a mere two miles from the church. The President was there because he was in the process of interviewing cabinet members for his incoming administration.

One man, the sixty six year old congregant Jim Tiesi got the chance to shake the President-Elects hand and expressed to him the desire for the president to take the country back. He told the media,

I just told him that I hope he understands the country supports him and not to be distracted by the noise. He told me, `Thank you.’ ”

Another church goer was sixty two year old Shelley Ricco who expressed that she was very excited about the incoming administration.

“I just want to say thank you to president-elect Trump from the bottom of my heart. I’ve been a member of this church for 45 years and the whole congregation is thrilled to have him. We gave him a standing ovation at the end of mass, a rousing standing ovation!

It appears that he churchgoers there seem to be appreciating the new incoming President rather than despising him. As the mainstream liberal media would like everyone to believe. Despite the fact that he did not win the popular vote theirs are myriads of people who did. He isn’t as alone as he may think he is. He has a lot of supporters behind him who are willing to weather the tough storms with him.

Only time will tell how he handles them.

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