President Donald Trump is being dragged for his visit to St. Johns church near the White House .
On Monday, Trump showed up to St. Johns church, which was set on fire by rioters the night before and took a photo with a bible and left. He claimed this was a “very symbolic” photo op. Before Trump made his way to the church, there were protesters peacefully protesting in Lafayette Square.
He then ordered police agencies to deploy tear gas in order to remove the peaceful protesters. Trump made these orders just so he can walk from the White House to St. John’s Church for a photo-op. During his brief time at St. John’s, he made remarks but when he was leaving he said, “We have the greatest country in the world.” This nation is currently suffering and this is all he has to say.
In an interview with Fox News Radio, Trump said evangelical leaders like Franklin Graham and Robert Jeffress — who are prominent Trump supporters — approved of the symbolism of the event.
"Most religious leaders loved it," Trump said. "Why wouldn't they love it?"
"It's only the other side that didn't like it," Trump said.
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