"After eight years enduring the Obama administration's hostility toward everything from religious liberty to the unborn, values voters were eager to see President Trump accelerate the undoing of Obama's policies", Family Research Council President Tony Perkins wrote on the conservative website Breitbart recently.
"Bannon is a man on a mission - with the 2016 election being his Act I, Bannon's sights are set on the U.S. Senate as his Act II", Perkins wrote in his op-ed in Breitbart. "How times have changed".
'We protect religious liberty, ' he said.
Trump also denounced the Johnson Amendment, which prohibits houses of worship from engaging in political activities, promising that he will "not allow government workers to censor sermons, or target our pastors, our ministers, our rabbis".
"When America is unified, no force on Earth can break us apart", Trump said.
"You know we're getting into that attractive Christmas season that people don't talk about anymore", Trump said. You go to department stores and they'll say "Happy New Year" and they'll say other things. And it will be red, they'll have it painted, but they don't say it.
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A local labor union isn't seeing eye to eye with Jerry Jones due to his latest remarks. Jones just got carried away being a rich guy and there's no laws he has to respect".
Speaking at the Values Voter Summit, Trump boasted about "tremendous strides" against ISIS and his plan to decertify the Iran nuclear deal, while saying he hoped to give Americans a Christmas gift of tax reform and to deliver on scrapping Obamacare, after multiple failed repeal efforts.
"Bureaucrats think they can run your lives, overrule your values and tell you how to think", President Trump added.
"As long as we have pride in our country, confidence in our future and faith in our God, then America will prevail", Trump said.
Trump promises to restore "moral clarity" to the United States' view of the world.
"In the last 10 months we have followed through on one promise after another".
White-only Catholics voted for Mitt Romney by a slight margin, while President Trump won them overwhelmingly. The constituency is vital for Trump, whose approval has dipped even in red states such as Tennessee (-23 percentage points), MS (-21) and Kentucky (-20), according to a Morning Consult survey published this week.
But he mistakenly said he had spoken to "the president" of the Virgin Islands. Last year, Trump addressed the anti-LGBT confab when he was the Republican presidential nominee.