Vice President Mike Pence says all Christians have an ally in President Donald Trump.
That was his message to more than 1,300 people of faith at the 13th annual National Catholic Prayer Breakfast.
Pence, the event’s keynote speaker, started with the news of the day, including the recent terrorist attacks in the United Kingdom and Australia.
“They have our prayers. They have our unwavering resolve. As the president said two nights ago, ‘This bloodshed must end and this bloodshed will end,'” Pence said.
The vice president, who was born and raised Catholic and became and evangelical later in life, spoke about his own personal faith. He made sure to stress the commitment the White House has to all Catholics and all believers.
“American Catholics have an ally in President Donald Trump,” he said.
Pence touched on religious freedom, Christian persecution, and of course, protecting the unborn.
“I couldn’t be more proud to serve as vice president to a president who stands without apology for the sanctity of human life,” he said.
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SOURCE: CBN News