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USA Today - He’s
been married three times, said lewd things, berated the beloved Bush
family and offended women and Latinos, but conservative Christians
helped send Donald Trump to the White House anyway.
Four out of five white evangelicals voted for the Republican nominee, according to exit polls.
many, it came down to a few major issues, such as abortion and Supreme
Court appointments. They also were swayed by party loyalty and fear of a
government under Hillary Clinton.
And something more basic: Trump courted them.
was only one candidate in this race, one major candidate, who actually
asked for the votes of white evangelicals, and that was Donald Trump,”
said Michael R. Wear, a faith adviser to President Obama and Christian
author. “White evangelicals, with some merit, feel embattled and
isolated. He said, ‘I’m the only one who can save you, I’m the one who
hears you.’ And Hillary doesn’t even enter into this conversation.”