In Tax Debate, Gift to Religious Right Could Be Bargaining Chip
November 27, 2017
Conservative Christian leaders say Mr. Trump seized on the issue at the January meeting in his office. He asked “why Christian organizations and churches did not speak out more on the public policy issues,” said Jerry A. Johnson, the president and chief executive of the National Religious Broadcasters.
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