Savage! Trump Tells Reporters Before Prayer, ‘You Need it More Than I do’

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Before his prayer with Cabinet secretaries, Trump told reporters that he would allow them to stay in the room, he added, because “you need it more than I do.”


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“You need the prayer more than I do, I think. You may be the only ones,” he said.

The prayer was lead by Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson.

He prayed, “We thank you for the president and for Cabinet members who are courageous, who are willing to face the winds of controversy in order to provide a better future for those who come behind us.”

Carson continued, “We’re thankful for the unity in Congress that has presented an opportunity for our economy to expand so we can fight the coercive debt that has been destroying our future. And we hope that unity will expand beyond party lines.”

“In this time of discord, distrust and dishonesty, we ask that you would give us a spirit of gratitude, compassion and common sense,” and wisdom, “in the name of the father, the son and the Holy Spirit,” the former presidential candidate concluded.

The Hill reports: 

The president did not take questions, including a shouted one about whether the tax bill benefited him personally.

Trump’s comments come as the Senate passed the final GOP tax bill early Wednesday morning, with the measure expected to pass in the House after it votes on the measure again.

The Republican tax bill will mark Trump’s first major legislative victory since taking office on Jan. 20.

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