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"Imminent Invasion" were the words projected onto the screen behind far-Right Christian Evangelist Pat Robertson while hosting CBN's The 700 Club, but, for once, he wasn't spreading fear and misinformation about refugees or immigration to the United States.

In fact, he was lambasting President Donald Trump.

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Last week, 16-year-old environmental activist Greta Thunberg gave a copy of The United Nation's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) 2019 report to U.S. lawmakers as part of her congressional testimony on the climate crisis.

However, Pastor Robert Jeffress—an Evangelical Christian minister and vehement supporter of President Donald Trump—proclaimed that perhaps Thunberg should consult quite a different document.

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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Thursday he believes "it's possible" that President Donald Trump was sent by God to save the Jewish people - in Jerusalem - on Purim.

Pompeo was asked in an interview with the Christian Broadcasting Network if Trump is comparable to Esther, the Biblical queen who stopped the Persian king from annihilating the Israelites. In this case, modern day Iran was substituted for ancient Persia.

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In 2016, one of the revelations that came out on the campaign trail about then-Vice Presidential nominee Mike Pence was his unwillingness to meet one-on-one with women because of his Evangelical Christian faith.

According to The Washington Post, Pence first revealed that he “never eats alone with a woman other than his wife” back in 2002 but it came out again during the campaign and has now been brought up once again by Kamala Harris in a new MSNBC interview.

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Self-proclaimed conservative Christian author, Senior Columnist at The Daily Beast and CNN political commentator Matt Lewis' latest column dubbed President Donald Trump the "bully from the White House."

In his opinion piece, Lewis once again asks his fellow Christians to reflect on their hypocrisy in supporting Trump. He states:

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President Donald Trump has separated children from their families, has shut asylum seekers out of the border, and has said he doesn't ask for forgiveness. Nevertheless, the President still maintains 71% of white Evangelical support.

While that base has remained steadfast in its support of Donald Trump, that hasn't stopped others from pointing out the times his actions go against the Evangelical perception of what it means to be Christian.

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U.S. Vice President Mike Pence speaks at National Defense University at Fort McNair October 23, 2018 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

Vice President Mike Pence drew heavy criticism Monday for a campaign rally appearance in Michigan. The rally began with a prayer from a Messianic rabbi.

Messianic Judaism believes Jesus is the messiah and believes the New Testament is an extension of the Torah. However the Jews for Jesus sect—as they often bill themselves—lacks recognition as Jewish by mainstream Judaism in the United States or the supreme spiritual authority for Judaism in Israel, the Chief Rabbinate.

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