President Trump Delivers Speech at National Prayer Breakfast…

President Donald Trump delivered a speech earlier today at the National Prayer Breakfast. Attending dignitaries at the breakfast included King Abdullah of Jordan, whom Trump spoke with before the ceremony began, and newly sworn-in Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.

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75 Responses to President Trump Delivers Speech at National Prayer Breakfast…

  1. Major Styles says:

    Take us home, Donnie!!!

    Liked by 11 people

  2. Mickey Wasp says:

    At 2/2/2017 at 2:47 pm CST – Yea’s 51 …
    It’s the final, final final … Democrats obstructed as much as they could. But the inevitable took place. Senator Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III is Attorney General.
    Swearing in ceremony will be in the Oval Office with President Trump & VP Pence.

    Oh Yea !!! Democrats be Damned – Voting irregularities investigation coming soon !!

    Liked by 20 people

  3. NorthIdaho says:

    So thankful for this godly man. Yeah, I said godly. Tears. What a difference.

    Liked by 9 people

    • Fe says:

      Stunning, delightful, amazing, glorious speech. I really lost it when he said the most beautiful 5 words he heard from us is “I am praying for you” … yes we most certainly were and it will continue. 😭😊🙏🏻

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  5. helmhood says:

    The difference between a Christian soldier and a muslim terrorist in the White House.

    Liked by 25 people

  6. Bonitabaycane says:

    Unlike the past eight years, I do not question our President’s faith and commitment to religious freedom.

    Liked by 12 people

  7. Walt says:

    I think he maybe itching to have a rally!!!

    Liked by 9 people

  8. fedback says:

    National prayer breakfast speech with a few freestyle jabs here and there.
    Good times

    Liked by 7 people

  9. gettherejustassoon says:

    In his first address at the Department of State, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson apologized for being late. He humorously stated that it seemed that at this year’s prayer breakfast people felt a need to prayer a little longer. He added that he certainly welcomed them, the prayers.

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  10. don welch says:

    the ‘crat rats are going to rip apart washington dc and our country this coming year. it’s up to us to stop them. revolutione’

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  11. Raven says:

    Oh dear Lord, please let the words out of President Trump’s mouth be Your will. Let this be the first of 8 Prayer Breakfast Meetings he will attend as President of the United States of America.

    Liked by 13 people

  12. Trumppin says:

    This is why POTUS Trump is right about Australia Refugee deal being BAD!
    Obama agreed to take Australia’s 2500 bad muslim hombres in exchange for 2500 of our christian refugees

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  13. pageoturner says:

    The media – including Fox Business today – has been beating the anti Trump drum so loudly today he must be making even more progress and been more effective in draining the swamp than they expected.

    Liked by 5 people

    • The Boss says:

      The Murdoch spawn have gotten to Varney. They are as disgusting as Rupert. The change in Varney’s show is very evident this week. I’m surprised the clip above regarding the trade of Muslims for Christians that Obama pulled together with the PM of Oz was allowed to exist.

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  14. maga2016 says:

    can you tell me if the destructions Johnson Amendment gives also muslims the right to preach their hate more freely?

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    • helmhood says:

      Islam has been preaching their hate with impunity. That is the significance of getting rid of the Johnson amendment. It is the voice of Christianity that has been silenced, unless it is a media approved, politically correct watered down version.

      Liked by 5 people

      • Notmeagain says:

        This. The whole problem is that it can be selectively enforced, and it goes both ways or used to, I remember a very liberal church always cringing around about saying what they believed. It ought to just be junked entirely and the IRS ought to get out of politics.

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        • Madonna says:

          We need to get rid of the IRS and go for a fair, flat tax on luxuries. That would remove a potential weapon in the hands of another tyrant (like Obama) and save the Treasury a huge amount of money. That is what Ron Paul advocated for and I have always believed in. Cut Federal government and save the misery it causes.

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    • Niagara Frontier says:

      How will anyone know the difference since it has been on rare occasion where the government has dared to question speech and political activities in mosques in the same way they have Christians and Jews in their churches and synagogues?

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    • Aparition42 says:

      Not really, since it’s never been enforced against their “cultural centers” anyway. Like all laws, it’s only ever affected law-abiding people.

      Liked by 2 people

  15. psadie says:

    Lord please keep President Trump, his family, and his Cabinet safe and protect them and give them strength as they come together to right the wrongs of our country!

    Liked by 5 people

  16. the right phoenix says:

    Truly inspiring … President Trump wants prayers, he shall have them. 🙂

    Liked by 5 people

  17. BMG says:

    I can not recall a recent POTUS (for me-going back to Eisenhower), or for that matter any Politician positively invoke the Name of God as often and forcefully as President Trump, asking for His Blessings, Guidance, and Protection. It is stirring, humbling, exceptional, motivating, and hopefully uniting.

    It brings to mind Vice President Pence on the campaign trail at rallies, referring and oftentimes introducing The President as “This Good Man…”

    He certainly is.

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  18. Raven says:

    “As long as we have God we are never, ever alone. Whether it’s the soldier on the night watch, or the single parent on the night shift, God will always give us solace, strength and comfort to carry on.”

    Amen President Trump, Amen.

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  19. Our Praying President. Just wow. God Has Blessed the USA.

    Liked by 4 people

  20. PatriotKate says:

    Personal story. My former brother-in-law grew up with the Trump family, went to the same church and was good friends of President Trump’s older brother Fred. He told me that the Trump family was active in the church and always, always had extra people in their home that they helped. When I asked if he endorsed Donald Trump for President, he said absolutely and his primary reason was that he came from an AMAZING family and he knew he would always do the right thing.

    While some did not believe that President Trump came from a solid religious background, that is not the case. I think it’s just that he is a Presbyterian, and being one myself, understand because we don’t wear it on our sleeve. His entire life has been about having the values to do what’s best for others, he learned it from his parents and shared it with his children

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  21. CDuran says:

    sorry if this is posted yet, President Trump is on span now

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  22. Marc says:

    It’s a shame the media has snubbed the Prayer Breakfast. I didn’t hear Fox make hardly a mention of it besides the jab at Ahnold and the “tough calls” part.

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  23. CDuran says:

    sorry if this is posted yet, President Trump is on Cspan now EST

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  24. JoD says:

    How’s about a postcard blitz to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave?
    Simple message…those 5 words that touch his heart……
    “I am praying for you”

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  25. Mike diamond says:

    We are praying for president trump ever day! He will be a blessing to the usa!

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  26. Mike diamond says:

    Wonder how many secret deals Obama made we don’t know about????? Its shameful!

    Liked by 1 person

  27. Highlights

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  28. Keln says:

    Great speech. That stuff about Arnold was a little awkward though. Not that he ribbed Arnold, just the delivery was sorta flat. And nobody laughed.

    Oh well, can’t be prefect every single time. Not that it matters. 99% of the speech was excellent.

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