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Following Donald Trump's appearance last week at the Family Leadership Summit in Iowa, CNN's Anderson Cooper sought out clarification on Trump's assertion that he's unsure if he ever asks God's forgiveness.
Cooper used part of Wednesday's interview to ask follow up questions for Trump in what some commentators believed were awkward comments he made regarding forgiveness and communion.
During the CNN interview, Trump fired back at Cooper's citing of certain polls and other assertions, telling him "people don't trust you."The Christian Post previously reported on comments made by Trump regarding his faith at the Family Leadership Summit in Ames, Iowa.
When further asked about repentance again by Cooper, Trump said "I think repenting is terrific.""Why do I have to repent or ask for forgiveness, if I am not making mistakes? "I work hard, I'm an honorable person."In talking about his Iowa appearance, Trump said, "We were having fun when I said I drink the wine, I eat the cracker, the whole room was laughing."Trump denied that his statements damaged his chances with Evangelical voters and accused Cooper of only wanting "to bring up the negative." Trump countered that his polling in Iowa is very strong.
Trump, known for his bravado and aggressive criticism of opponents on the campaign trail, admitted to Cooper that he'd "change" his "tone" as president."Right now I'm trying to do something to make this country great again," he declared.
They also go on to say that their preferred method of spanking is by the use of wooden spoon or a 12” – 18” wooden dowel with the diameter of a quarter.
As a note: Wisconsin Law draws the line between spanking and abuse at the creation of persistent redness or any bruising.
Neither will I pretend like I have the best advice, since I am not even married.
Married people have the best dating advice since they have already done it!
He recently stated if the Republican Party is not "fair" to him, that would be a "factor" in his decision.
In this article I am going to call it “dating” and define it as “the process of finding a spouse.” I do not claim to be an expert: I realize that many varying opinions about dating float around Christian circles jumping over each other, getting mixed together, and consuming some people.