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Trump calls for Religious Freedom at U.N.

Today, in an effort to continue his legacy in fighting for persecuted Christians and religious sects, Trump called on all nations to join the United States in supporting domestic policies that secure the rights for anti-discriminatory religious practice. After the President left the room, the Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, called for testimonials from persecuted religious groups, striking two blows to Iran and China's religious hatred.

< Pastor Andrew Brunson prays for President Trump the week following his release from a Turkish prison in October of 2018. Brunson was present and recognized at today's U.N. meeting as a memorial to the United States' dedication to helping Christians worldwide.

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