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Trump Prayer Breakfast
President Trump delivered a God-and-country-infused speech Thursday at the National Prayer Breakfast, appealing to Americans who believe in Christian nationalism — the belief that God has a uniquely Christian purpose for the United States. “We can all be heroes to everybody, and they can be ...
President Trump spoke at the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, D.C., drawing attention for joking remarks that the audience should pray for Arnold Schwarzenegger’s ratings on “The Apprentice.” The speech was Trump’s first at the annual religious gathering, though he joked that he ...
President Trump spoke at the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington on Thursday. Credit Tom Brenner/The New York Times
President Donald Trump veered off script at the start of the National Prayer Breakfast Thursday when he asked a room full of lawmakers, foreign dignitaries and religious leaders to pray for Arnold Schwarzenegger so that ratings of his show -- NBC's "The Apprentice" -- would go up.
Attendees listen to remarks at the National Prayer Breakfast where President Donald Trump spoke on February 2, 2017, in Washington, D.C. Every U.S. president since Dwight Eisenhower has addressed the annual event.
The Triangle Interfaith Prayer Breakfast's keynote speaker was disrupted by an audience member on Monday when she started to discuss President Trump's recent vulgar comments and wall-building.
Trump bucks breakfast tradition by calling for prayers for Schwarzenegger. Speaking at a National Prayer Breakfast unlike most before it, Trump said the nation has to be "tougher" in dealing with other countries.
As President Trump prepares to speak at the National Prayer Breakfast, conservative religious leaders have hailed the president’s first-year agenda as their own.
President Trump attends National Day of Prayer event in the Rose Garden May 3, 2018. Credit: Mark Wilson/Getty Images.
(CNN)President Donald Trump will attend the National Prayer Breakfast Thursday, a prime networking opportunity for Beltway insiders. But this year's event is also an opportunity for dozens of Russians. As many as 60 representatives from Russia's religious and political elite are expected to attend ...