WATCH: They Told Trump to Keep Jesus Out of the White House, So He Fired Back With THIS

Obama disparaged not just Christianity while in office but all faithful followers of God. Liberals wanted the same from Trump, but our president refused to cave to the pressure!

During an interview with David Brody of CBN, President Trump was asked what he thought would be the place of the Christian faith in his administration. Brody wanted to know if being the leader of the free world has caused him to pray more. Trump responded, “Well, I’ll tell you what, I’ve always felt the need to pray.”



Our president continued, “And you know that…So, I would say that the office is so powerful that you need God even more, because your decisions are no longer, ‘Gee, I’m going to build a building in New York,’ or ‘I’m going to do this.’ These are questions of massive life and death, even with regard to health care. You know we’re working very hard on health care.”

Obama would have tried to dodge questions about his faith but not Donald Trump. Then again, Trump didn’t spend the better part of two decades sitting in the pew of a radical church, with a pastor who shouted, “God damn America,” from the pulpit.

President Trump said every decision a president makes could be a life-altering one. The gravity of the job means God “comes in” even more more — at least for the 45th president of the United States.

Trump fully realized the impact his words and actions have on tens of millions of Americans, but bearing such a burden alone isn’t necessary for a true believer.

An Islamic sympathizer like Obama never would have spoken so lovingly about Christianity during an interview. Since the mainstream media were in his pocket, he never had to worry about answering a difficult or even a slightly controversial question in an adversarial manner.

Hillary Clinton thought for sure that evangelicals would not use the power of their numbers to help elect Donald Trump. As she is about so many things, she was wrong about this as well.

Evangelical Christians came out in droves for Trump. Not because they felt he was extremely devout or could quote the Bible chapter and verse, but because he wholeheartedly respected their beliefs.

Respect is something Americans from the heartland, the Rust Belt, the South, and rural America never felt from Barack Obama. His powerful backers courted enough “free stuff” lovers to propel him to office.

Hillary did not have Obama’s charisma, so the far left did not come out for her. They wanted Bernie Sanders, but the Democrat elites nixed his chances at winning the nomination very early on.

Finally, after far too long of a wait, we have one of our own in the Oval Office — a patriot who is not afraid to acknowledge the importance of God in his life and how prayer guides him as he makes decisions that impact all of our lives!