Trump teases Jews by inviting a Baptist pastor to the celebration of Hanukkah who denies all religions except Christianity
A good attitude towards US President Donald Trump can help reach incredible heights, despite religious fanaticism. On the eve of the Jewish holiday Hanukkah, Trump invited Robert Jeffress to the White House, who previously stated that “Hell is going to be filled with good religious people who have rejected the truth of Christ.”
The agenda of the event was also the signing of a decree to combat anti-Semitism on university campuses.
Jeffress also repeatedly allowed himself to be negatively expressed in other religions, according to HuffPost.
In 2010, he called both Islam and Mormonism “a heresy from the pit of hell,” then issued a warning to Jews.
"Judaism ― you can’t be saved being a Jew,” he declared on the Trinity Broadcasting Network.
“Not only do religions like Mormonism, Islam, Judaism, Hinduism, not only do they lead people away from the true God, they lead people to an eternity of separation from God in hell. You know, Jesus was very clear. Hell is not only going to be populated by murderers and drug dealers and child abusers. Hell is going to be filled with good religious people who have rejected the truth of Christ,” in a 2009 sermon, he said.
Donald Trump, in turn, speaks very flattering of Robert Jeffress, referring to the fact that he regularly hears positive words about himself.
“I’d watch him on different shows, and I’d say, ‘I like that guy. Man, he talks really great about me,’” Trump said at the Hanukkah event on Wednesday. “And I like people that talk well about me.”
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