values voter summit
President Donald Trump is the first sitting president to speak at the Values Voter Summit, an extremely anti-LGBTQ conference hosted by the Family Research Council.
The pamphlet is titled "The Health Hazards of Homosexuality."
Donald Trump's assertion that he could only lose Pennsylvania, where polls showed him well behind, if the election were rigged
“Whose blood will be shed? It may be that of those in this room," Bevin said.
And evangelical leaders explain why they support Trump
“There’s a lot of public, media stuff that says he’s not."
They're willing to turn the other cheek over his boasts about his sexual promiscuity, offensive remarks and attacks on a Gold Star family.
We asked conservative voters at the Values Voter Summit in DC if they think Trump is Christian enough for them to vote for him in November.
It's almost as if the Religious Right cares more about gaining political power than defending Christian teachings.
The Kentucky clerk was compared to Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks.