Trump to become first sitting president to address Values Voter Summit

President Trump to speak at conservative anti-LGBT conference on Friday

Trump to become first sitting president to address Values Voter Summit

Conservatives and other Trump supporters loved the President's speech.

The FRC would like to see the Stonewall Monument flattened altogether, having expressed such a desire, which the Trump administration is looking into as well, according to the GCN:"The new administration is now reviewing presidential designations made in the recent past under the Antiquities Act, though no statement has been made about the Stonewall National Monument's status".

Speaking to a room full of the most deplorable Christian extremists, Trump called the USA a "nation of believers" strengthened and sustained by the "power of prayer". We love our families, [love] our neighbors.

Trump also said he's "stopping cold" attacks on Judeo-Christian values. We love our neighbors.

President Trump will become the first sitting president to address the annual Values Voter Summit in Washington on Friday, as he solidifies his ties to the GOP's evangelical wing that helped put him in the Oval Office. Everyone here today is brought together by the same shared and timeless values. We cherish the sacred dignity of every human life. But Trump has delivered remarks before at the annual event.

"Values voters have waited eight years for a leader who puts America's mission first and respects the values that made America into a great nation", Tony Perkins, the council's president, said in a Tuesday statement. Looking to Perkins on stage, Trump later said, "He's saying - they're saying no".

"This is emblematic of what's happening in the country right now to LGBTQ Americans citizens", said gay activist Ken Kidd, one of the event's organizers.

In the end, Trump offered a triumphant view of America overcoming the many challenges it faces, but emphasized the centralized of faith in achieving that goal before an audience that known to use religious freedom as an excuse to discriminate against LGBT people. He says Gorsuch is in the mould of Justice Antonin Scalia, the conservative whose death in February 2016 created the vacancy on the high court that Trump was able to fill. We defend our constitution. We will find the best in each other and in ourselves.

The President began his early-morning Twitter storm by retweeting disgraced former Fox News host Bill O'Reilly, who had said: "A free press is vital to protecting all Americans".

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