Donald Trump on Saturday vowed more power for Christianity if he becomes the president of the United States.
During his speech in Sioux Center, Iowa on Saturday, the Republican presidential frontrunner said he would not be having much trouble if he had proposed to ban Christians rather than Muslims from entering the United States. The billionaire also embraced his identity as a Presbyterian Protestant at the beginning of his speech, according to the Business Insider."I'll tell you one thing: I get elected president, we're going to be saying 'merry Christmas' again… And by the way, Christianity will have power, without having to form," said Trump. "Because if I'm there… You're going to have somebody representing you very, very well. Remember that." (Read more)