Mike Pence, US Vice President Donald Trump, said that the Trump administration will continue to support those affected by Corona and that the administration will do everything possible to restore the economy, and we see the need to reduce payroll taxes.
President Donald Trump needs every vote he got from white evangelists in 2016, but raising the Bible in the air may not be enough to get their votes in the November 2020 elections.
Religious conservatives have expressed concern in recent weeks about the White House and Trump’s campaign about the president’s political stance, which was reflected in his declining popularity in the polls and his failure to take on the moral and public health crises that are straining the country.
Their growing alarm was this week when the founder of the Christian Coalition, Pat Robertson, rebuked the president for adopting a tone that added to the conflict as the country grieved with grief and anger after the police killed an unarmed black man, George Floyd, in Minneapolis.
“You just don’t do that, sir,” said Robertson, whose relationship dates back to the 1990s, in a televised speech. “We are one race. We need to love each other.“