President Donald Trump used an appearance at a high-profile religious gathering Thursday to stress anti-abortion policies and appeal to conservative, Christian voters as the 2020 election campaign gets underway. "Every life is sacred and every soul is a precious gift from heaven", he said, to raucous applause.
Under Catholic teaching, St. Vincent Catholic Charities does not place children with same-sex couples. In his speech, Trump addressed abortion, human trafficking, the Holocaust and religious persecution.
"I want to make it a rule - and you don't have to come if you don't want to - but I am not commenting on what the president has to say about our work", she said.
Trump also spoke of Pastor Andrew Brunson who was released from Turkey past year and noted that he would be walking his daughter down the aisle at her wedding this weekend.
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During the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, the president called attention to the case of Melissa and Chuck Buck of Holt, Michigan, who have adopted five children with special needs since 2009. The US President agreed to reopen the government and sign temporary budget funding for government agencies through February 15.
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"I believe it is the holy faithfulness of God that should keep us from growing tired in doing good, but we do grow tired, don't we?"
"I do sense that we are in a national moment of perilously mounting discouragement", he said.
"We can be so discouraged by all that is going wrong, that we are tempted to give up on seeking what is right".
Haugen encouraged leaders to also take action to end modern slavery.
Democratic Senator Christopher Coons, a frequent Trump critic, was a co-chairman of the event.
During the State of the Union Address, Trump said: "We must reject the politics of revenge, resistance and retribution and embrace the boundless potential of cooperation, compromise and the common good". Every president, from both parties, since Dwight D. Eisenhower has attended the event.