An evangelical Christian leader who has been one of biggest supporters is breaking ranks with the president over
In said “it appears that former Vice President will become the 46th president of the United States on Jan. 20, unless President Trump succeeds in legal challenges to the counting of votes in several states.”
He calls Biden’s victory “a bitter pill to swallow” for “millions of Christians across our nation.” But, he isn’t calling the election a fraud.
Jeffress admits it’s “always easier to submit and to pray for someone when he was our preferred candidate,” but added that Christians should welcome the chance to show ”[we] are not hypocrites.”
“When Joe Biden