Church parishioners in Florida greet Trump with standing ovation

Once again, as in the past 7 years, Obama did not go to a church on either Christmas Eve or Christmas Day, although he claims to be a Christian.

But President-elect Donald Trump did — last night at Episcopal Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea in Palm Beach Florida, where Trump and Melania were married in 2005.

When Trump and Melania entered the church around 10:30 p.m. EST, the parishioners greeted them warmly with applause and cheering.

H/t Gateway Pundit



15 responses to “Church parishioners in Florida greet Trump with standing ovation

  1. Reblogged this on hocuspocus13 and commented:


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  2. LOL – If Ogooma the Kenyan witch doctor had walked in, the roof would have probably caved in.

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  3. As a counter balance to all these entertainers running for the hills .. . it is sweet to know that there are some people, with optimum intelligence, who have welcomed the Trump’s in the manner to which they should be.

    God Bess the members of this congregation.

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  4. 🙂

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  5. Very nice.
    I bet Goldstein wouldn’t have the balls to yell at Trump like he did to his daughter, especially in a church!

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  7. If Obama told me he were “black” I would not believe him: That is how bad a liar he is.
    That being said, I find much to admire in Mr. Trump, and I find many Protestants to be great people. (My late Mother was one, and the surviving part of her family remains so.) But I don’t think applause is appropriate in a Church, for this reason: We go to Church to Worship God, not ourselves.
    THAT being said, I can understand there can be exceptions to the rules—to an extent—and the applause seemed spontaneous.

    It would be too much of me to expect Mr. Trump to become a Catholic. But, I would certainly hope that he learns the history of the Vatican II sect, so he can understand what we—and the rest of the World—have been and are up against. THAT would be well-worth applauding.


  8. I do feel that President Elect Trump is due a welcoming applause. The church is still a place of worship and not a political support convention. I voted for him and like his family very much. My own personal convictions is that a house of worship should be centered on the Lord with reverence. Some will probably disagree with my opinion, but it’s how I feel. Leeann


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