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HISTORIC: President Trump Skips Climate Change Event To Fight For Religious Freedom at U.N.!


That headline should surprise (and dismay) you, but according to Fox News, President Trump is the first U.S. President to stand up for religious freedom at the U.N.

And boy did he ever!

Before we jump into all of that, I first want to look back on President Trump’s fiery U.N. speech last year at the United Nations.

Because I still think to this day it is perhaps the best speech he has ever delivered.

As I wrote last year here on WeLoveTrump:

I love this President more and more every day!

My friends, you have to understand how truly amazing it is for him to walk into the United Nations and deliver this speech!

The man has no fear and a set of big, huge brass balls!

As he stood there in the Lion’s Den, he delivered a scathing speech to the U.N., denouncing their authority and firmly destroying their idea of globalism!

Here are my favorite quotes:

“We will never surrender America’s sovereignty to an unelected, unaccountable global beaurocracy!

America is governed by Americans!

We reject the ideology of globalism and we embrace the doctrine of patriotism!”

Please watch and enjoy these clips from last year’s speech (and then scroll down for today’s speech on religious freedom):

Last year short clip:


Last year full speech:

Now we move to this year's historic speech, as President Trump became the first U.S. President to fight for religious freedom at the U.N.

Here are more details, from Fox News:

President Trump, speaking Monday at a United Nations event on religious freedom, called out world leaders for espousing diversity and inclusion while “shunning or silencing” people of faith.

“Too often people in power preach diversity, while shunning or silencing the faithful,” Trump said. “True tolerance means respecting the rights of all people to express their deeply held religious beliefs.”

While Trump did not specifically call out individual nations, Vice President Pence -- who spoke before the president -- criticized several countries for attacks on religious freedom, including China's persecution of ethnic Uyghur Muslims, Venezuela's contested leader Nicolás Maduro's anti-Semitic rhetoric and Iran's oppression of Christians, Jews and Sunni Muslims.

Trump -- who was joined on stage by Pence, U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and other world leaders -- also announced that his administration was allocating an additional $25 million to protect religious freedom as well as religious sites and relics, and launching an initiative with business leaders to protect religious freedom in the workplace.

“This institution will engage the private sector to protect people of all faiths in the workplace,” he said. 

Trump has made religious freedom one of the hallmarks of his administration and his push for greater protections to religious groups helped him win the evangelical Christian vote – and ultimately the White House – in 2016.

Pastors praised Trump's attention to the issue Monday.

"This is the first time any leader of a nation has addressed the U.N. on religious persecution," Robert Jeffress told "Fox & Friends" host Ainsley Earhardt.

During his speech on Monday, the president touted his administration’s work in securing the release of Pastor Andrew Brunson, who was imprisoned in Turkey for over two years. Brunson was in attendance on Monday at the event.

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The president, however, has also faced accusations of hypocrisy on the religious freedom issue, regarding policies toward Muslims. Trump was roundly criticized for an executive order he signed just days after taking office in 2017 that banned entry into the United States for 90 days of nationals from seven Muslim-majority countries, banned the entry of all refugees for 120 days, and indefinitely banned the entry of all Syrian refugees.

The so-called “Muslim ban” faced numerous legal challenges and a version of it was ultimately upheld by the Supreme Court in June 2018 after a mechanism was added for nationals from the banned countries to enter the U.S. by obtaining a waiver.

“The Proclamation is expressly premised on legitimate purposes: preventing entry of nationals who cannot be adequately vetted and inducing other nations to improve their practices,” Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts wrote for the majority. “The text says nothing about religion.”

The president’s speech on religious freedom this week also drew controversy when it was reported that he was skipping a U.N. event on climate change to make his speech.

This year:


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