Trump Receives Standing Ovation At National Prayer Breakfast For Defending Pro-Life Values

Trump Receives Standing Ovation At National Prayer Breakfast For Defending Pro-Life Values

President Donald Trump promised ongoing support for religious freedom during Thursday's National Prayer Breakfast while celebrating some of his administration's most controversial faith-related moves.

Trump also thanked faith leaders for their efforts helping to pass criminal justice reform legislation, which he signed past year.

"My administration is working to ensure that faith-based adoption agencies are able to help vulnerable children find their forever families while following their deeply held beliefs", Mr. Trump said.

President Donald Trump and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi are being asked to set aside "tribal divisions" to do good. "Let us pray for the courage to pursue justice and the wisdom to forge peace".

Haugen encouraged leaders to also take action to end modern slavery. "I wanted him to know that it was very welcomed".

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In September 2017, the American Civil Liberties Union sued the State of MI to stop the state from partnering with faith-based adoption agencies such as St. Vincent Catholic Charities, the agency that brought the Buck family together.

He warns: "I do sense that we are in a national moment of perilously mounting discouragement".

During that time, Pelosi canceled Trump's scheduled State of the Union address on January 29 because of security concerns, and polls showed Americans blamed Trump and Republicans for the shutdown more than Democrats.

Malawi Congress Party (MCP) leader and presidential candidate in the May 21 2019 election, Lazarus Chakwera, is this Thursday attending the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington DC, United States of America after an invitation.

The annual gathering has brought together members of the president's Cabinet and members of Congress, including Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. "When we open our hearts to faith we fill our hearts with love".

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