Religious voters in the US should have no reservations about Donald Trump’s commitment to Christianity, says Mike Pence, above left, the Republican Governor of Indiana.
According to this report, Vice-President nominee Pence said there is no question as to the authenticity of the Republican presidential nominee’s faith.
During the Family Research Council’s annual Values Voters Summit held on Saturday, Pence vowed to champion faith values and promote religious liberty, defund abortion service provider Planned Parenthood, and champion pro-family policies.
Donald Trump and I know that to confront these challenging times, we have to recognise that our present crisis is not merely economic and political, but moral in nature.
We will not restore this nation with public policy alone. It will require public virtue. And that emanates from the traditional institutions of our nation of family and religion.
At the centre of all of our policies will be the notion of the importance and the paramount importance of the family, and also will be at the centre of our policies will be a commitment to ensure the vitality and the freedom of religion of every American and every religious institution in the land.
I thought it might have passed out of his mind. It might have been something we’d forget. But, no, sure enough, he came walking right up to me and he grabbed me by the hand and grabbed my wife and my daughter by the hand, and he asked Karen to pray. And she did.
Because of that simple gesture, Pence is convinced Trump’s devotion to God is genuine, and it’s not something he conveniently came up with to lure voters.
I’ll tell you what. I think at the very core, the very heart, of this good man is a faith,. It’s a faith in God and a faith in the American people.
And what I ask you to do today is to work every day in what remains of this election to restore that kind of faith back to the centre of the American government. We can do it, but it’s not going to be done without you.