IOWA CITY, Iowa — On the day before the Iowa caucuses, GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump is doing his best to appeal to voters who have been skeptical about his claims to be a Christian. His latest campaign promise is for a comprehensive Sunday Law.
“You know me, I’ll get it done,” said Trump, waving his family Bible to an enthusiastic crowd in Iowa City. “Sunday Law will be YUGE!”
Trump declined to offer specifics about the proposed Sunday legislation, promising instead that the new law would be “terrific” and that it would be “so good your head will spin.”
Probed by reporters on how Sunday legislation would affect religious minorities, Trump said that just as with his much-publicized calls to ban Muslims from entering the United States, he had to do what was right for the country. “We can’t worry about what’s politically correct if we are going to make America great again.”
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