Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and his wife, Melania, asked the public to pray for good health and guidance during a recent interview with CBN News’ David Brody.
The prayer requests came after Brody asked the two what they most need prayer for, with Melania Trump saying good health is key, as it allows people to “keep going and keep righting.” Then, The Donald proceeded to add his own requests into the mix. As Liberty Writers News reported:
Trump then said the he needed some guidance!
The journalist in the interview asked him what he needed prayer for.
“I would say I would like them to pray for guidance and to pray for our country because we need prayer now almost more than we’ve ever needed it before,” Trump responded.
If Trump is going to pull off a Hillary defeat, the evangelical vote is crucial. According to one estimate, he’d need to garner 80 percent of the evangelical vote to win the Presidency.
Naturally, Trump was questioned on that. “Is it about the base at this point to make sure evangelicals who are a big part of the base that they get out? Because do you believe evangelicals are the ones that kind of brought you to the dance and they are the ones that are going to get you over the top?” Brody asked.
Trump replied: “Well, we’re doing very well with evangelicals and if they vote, we’re going to win the election…had they voted four years ago, and they didn’t, you would have had a different result in the election instead of having Obama who has been catastrophic for evangelicals and a lot of the things that we stand for.”
“What is your message to those that are on the fence and aren’t sure?” Brody then asked.
“I just want the people to remember: United States Supreme Court. Whether they love me or like me or don’t like me, we’re going to put great justices, pro-life justices, we’re going to put Second Amendment justices and I think for the evangelicals it’s so important that they get out and vote,” Trump reiterated.
Despite the man’s flaws, we’re not going to see Hillary defend our Constitutional