"And I think that having the USA engage with Africa in terms of investment and development, economic growth would actually be a much more robust way to counter terrorism", Mbaku said. Efforts to kill the law in Congress have stalled.
Kenyatta says his country and the USA have signed two agreements that will allow American companies to invest $238m for projects in the African nation.
"Their hope and belief is that Trump will appoint federal judges and Supreme Court judges who will "undo" Roe v Wade and gay marriage and free Christians (and others) to refuse to do business with gays". "We're working on a major infrastructure project, a massive roadway that will be record-setting in many ways, and we are going to conclude a lot of good things".
Trump also erroneously claimed on Monday that he had done away with the Johnson Amendment, which he described to the evangelical leaders as "disaster for you", according to the NBC report. Hello, Robert. Who said about me: He may not be the flawless human being, but he is the greatest leader for Christianity, ' Trump said.
Trump hosted President Uhuru Kenyatta as Kenya is emerging from a period of election turmoil.
Despite Trump's claims to the contrary, the law is still on the books. Instead, Trump signed an executive order in May 2017 directing the Internal Revenue Service not to aggressively pursue cases where a church endorses a candidate or makes political donations.
Mr. Trump was widely condemned last August after he denounced the "violence on many sides" in Charlottesville, but declined to explicitly rebuke white supremacists after one of them killed a counterprotester in a car-ramming attack.
'I had the great Robert Jeffress back there.
Olson, a professor of Christian Theology of Ethics, warned Christians not to view Trump as an ally, the Christian Post first reported. Hello, Robert. Who said about me: "He may not be the ideal human being, but he is the greatest leader for Christianity", Trump said to applause and laughter. "Not the first part".
He proceeded to issue his warnings after journalists were shown out of the room. "You couldn't say Merry Christmas", Trump said. "They don't say Merry Christmas anymore", he continued as the audience cheered. "It's all changed. It's all changed".
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