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Why I Am Still Voting for Trump

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The Liberty Café 18: In 2016 I did not vote for Donald Trump. But after watching him for almost two years, in 2018 I decided I would do so in the next election. There are still those out there, though, who are considering not voting for him in 2020 for many of the same reasons I did not four years ago. While I understand where many of them might be coming from, I believe now more than ever that a vote for Trump in 2020 might be part of God’s means for restoring a God-fearing future for America.


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