“I think people who are saying let’s pray for our leaders; you can pray for your leaders and I agree with that; pray for everyone,” Trump said today at the Marriott Marquis hotel in New York City. “But what we really have to do is you have to pray to get everybody out to vote.”
He also insisted that people shouldn’t be politically correct and pray for all leaders, because those same leaders are selling Christianity and evangelicals “down the tubes.”
“She's been in the public eye for years and years and yet there's nothing out there,” Trump said of Clinton.
Trump, who called himself a “tremendous believer,” assured religious leaders "I’m so on your side."
His newly announced board is expected to “provide advisory support to Trump on issues important to Evangelicals and other people of faith in America,” according to a statement from the Trump campaign.
Its 25 members were “not asked to endorse Mr. Trump as a prerequisite for participating on the board.”
“But Christianity; I owe so much to it in so many ways through life, through having incredible children. But I also owe it for, frankly, standing here,” Trump said today.
Eric Trump, the middle son of the New York real estate mogul, told ABC News, "I think every person in that room is voting for him. It was amazing spirit, religion is under fire in this country."