Why Evangelicals Are Standing By Their Man in 2020

November 18, 2019
80 percent of evangelical voters took a chance on Donald Trump in the 2016 election, and their investment has paid off handsomely. Trump has delivered for the group through two conservative Supreme Court justices, right-leaning federal judges, and openly embracing Christianity in government. Emma Green, staff writer at the Atlantic, joined Between Bells to talk about how Donald Trump's backing from the Christian community is likely to stay strong through the 2020 election.
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