Evangelical Christian’s Issues Warning To Trump

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(RestoreAmericanGlory.com) – In a recent Fox News Digital interview, The Family Leader organization CEO Bob Vander Plaats argued that it was still possible for someone to beat former President Donald Trump in Iowa in the 2024 primary election.

As he pointed out, the field was becoming smaller, and there was definitely a chance for someone to beat Biden, according to the evangelical leader.

In 2016, during the election, exit polls showed that the majority of white evangelical voters had supported former President Donald Trump over his presidential opponent, Hillary Clinton. However, recently there appears to be a movie with many Christian voters having turned away from the former President, who announced that he would be running for the White House last year.

Following Trump’s presidential bid announcement, Faithful America, a Christian group, created a petition in opposition to the former president’s candidacy.

In January, in an interview on CBS News, evangelical leader Franklin Graham stated that he would not be endorsing the former president until after the GOP primary had ended.

Vander Plaats predicted that in Iowa, support for Trump would continue to drop and was even likely to decrease to 35 percent by January. The FiveThirtyEight primary tracking poll has found that in Iowa, Trump is leading the race with the support of 44.9 percent, while Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is in second place with only 18 percent. Former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley also managed to gather around 14.2 percent of support in that race.

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