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George Conway Just Had the Perfect Response to Trump's Claim That Thanks to Him, 'People Are Using the Word God Again'

U.S. President Donald Trump delivers remarks during a National Day of Prayer service in the Rose Garden at the White House May 02, 2019 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

Thursday May 2, 2019 was the National Day of Prayer. President Donald Trump hosted religious representatives at the White House Wednesday evening as well as speaking from the Rose Garden on Thursday to mark the occasion.

During his remarks, President Trump claimed:

"People are so proud to be using that beautiful word, 'God,' and they're using the word God again and they're not hiding from it."
"And they're not being told to take it down. And they're not saying we can't honor God."
"In God we trust, so important. A little thing on the campaign, but it wasn't such a little thing to me. When I first started, four years ago, haven't been doing this so long. We did a good job."

Watch the President's remarks here.

At least one person agreed that people say God more now that Trump is President. Attorney George Conway—husband of Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway—took to Twitter and posted his agreement.

He tweeted:

"Indeed. They are saying, 'God help us'."

Others had their own method of invoking God in relation to the President.

Even "the good Lord above" weighed in.

In addition to making "God" part of the common vernacular, President Trump also claimed, again, that he brought back "Merry Christmas."

Despite fact checkers proving the "War on Christmas" was a figment of the imagination of a Fox News host, the President appears determined to make it a thing.