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announced guidelines “on constitutional prayer in public schools,” stating that public schools cannot discriminate against students for #Praying
in school or against religious organizations. https://t.co/0BNJmlgPBa
— The Epoch Times (@EpochTimes) January 17, 2020
brought her to the WH. She asked to pray for our President. He brought her onstage-then this happened: pic.twitter.com/kYoUT365Rq
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) October 5, 2019
is telling @mattgaetz
he needs to get his shit together. When @realDonaldTrump
is taking on the world he doesn’t need one of his best supporters to come out and vote against him. pic.twitter.com/7UMRC2tojD
— The Dirty Truth “Josh” (@AKA_RealDirty) January 17, 2020
The president also answered questions from the attending press pool:
Transcript - THE - PRESIDENT - Well - Thank
[Transcript] – THE PRESIDENT: Well, thank you very much. A couple of things happened today that are very exciting. The USMCA passed the Senate. It’s one of the biggest trade bills ever made.
And then, yesterday, as you know, China passed, and that’s something that is extraordinary. And it’s going to have tremendous far-reaching effects, including our relationship, long term, with China, our farmers and manufacturers and bankers, and everybody. It’s jobs. It’s jobs like we’ve never seen before, and that’s going to be something very special. And USMCA today, which just passed by a very comfortable vote — a very high vote — we are very proud to have that.
Trade - Deals - Trade - Deals - World
So we’ve done two of the biggest trade deals. They are the two biggest trade deals in the world ever done. And we’re honored to have done them in a short period of time.
We are gathered in the Oval Office for the National Religious Freedom Day — something very important and very special, and special to me and the people that are gathered around me.
Afternoon - Steps - First - Amendment - Right
This afternoon, we’re proudly announcing historic steps to protect the First Amendment right to pray in public schools. So you have the right to pray. And that’s a very important and powerful right. There’s nothing more important than that, I would say.
We’re joined by the Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos; Deputy Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen; and students and advocates from across America. And advocates they were. They’ve been calling and writing by the thousands. And you’re representing that large group of people.
Principle - Republic - Government - People - God
In a sacred principle of our Republic that government must never stand between the people and God. Yet, in public schools around the country, authorities are stopping students and teachers from praying, sharing their faith, or following...
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