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In light of the impeachment inquiry launced by Nancy Pelosi and House Dems against President Trump – the latest witch hunt performed by Democrats since Trump stepped foot into office – let’s remember this: that President Trump is a God-fearing, God-honoring man who knows God will get him through anything (and he’s been through a lot!)
According to President Trump himself, it was relying on God that got him through the whole Mueller Russia Collusion investigation and through all the witch hunts so far.
In President Trump’s own words,
“People say, ‘How do you get through that whole stuff? How do you go through those witch hunts and everything else?’
We just do it, right? And we think about God.”
Business Insider has more to say about the president's faith in God to get him through Democrat witch hunts:
President Donald Trump on Thursday credited contemplating God with helping him get through special counsel Robert Mueller's probe into allegations of Russian collusion, and other probes he had denounced as "witch hunts."
At a White House Rose Garden event marking the National Day of Prayer, the president remarked "people say, 'How do you get through that whole stuff? How do you get through those witch hunts and everything else?"
"And you know what we do, Mike?" he said, addressing Vice President Mike Pence. "We just do it, right? And we think about God."
At the event, Trump also suggested that since taking office, more people were using the word "God."
"When I first started campaigning, people were not allowed or in some cases foolishly ashamed to be using on stores 'Merry Christmas,' 'Happy Christmas,'" he said. "Take a look at your stores nowadays - it's all Merry Christmas again."
Politico also said:
President Donald Trump said Thursday he leaned on one thing to get through special counsel Robert Mueller's probe of Russian interference in the 2016 election: his faith.
“People say, ‘How do you get through that whole stuff? How do you go through those witch hunts and everything else?’” Trump said at the White House during a National Day of Prayer service.
He looked over to Vice President Mike Pence and shrugged.
“We just do it, right?” the president continued. “And we think about God.”
Since a redacted version of Mueller’s report was released last month, Republicans and Democrats have clashed over the implications of the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election and whether the president obstructed justice.