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Job Performance: Cent and Church Leaders

job performance: Your pro-life argument rings hollow if you don't have an issue with this xenophobic bigotry, tweeted pastor Earon James of Relevant Life Church in Pace, Florida, according to Metro News. Trump won 80 per cent of the white evangelical vote in the 2016 election. While some of his evangelical backers expressed support for his leadership, other conservative Christians are calling the president racist and say church leaders had a moral imperative to condemn him. But recent polls show some weakening in that support, with 61 per cent approving of his job performance, compared with 78 per cent last February, according to the Pew Research Center. Many evangelical leaders who defended him in the past would not comment on Trump's remarks to a group of senators. Still, conservative Christians remain as polarized as ever over his leadership. ( As reported in the news.