Trump Appears To Drop Large Wad Of Cash Into Church Donation Box
Trump went along to the high-energy International Church of Las Vegas for the service yesterday, and joined in the musical service/concert/campaign rally, hosted by pastor Paul Marc Goulet.
Then, the US President was seen dropping a handful of bills, looking suspiciously like eight $20 notes, and sticking it into the church donation bucket.
Speaking to the congregation, Goulet started to list off a number of what he believes to be Trump's achievements in office.
He said: "He gave the church back a voice.
"'He's given a voice to the unborn."
This announcement was met by cheering and a partial standing ovation from the gathered crowd.
Goulet added: "This is your third time here. That means you're really a church member."
Trump was attending the indoor service alongside Hope Hicks, Kayleigh McEnany, and Dan Scavino, who are all on his campaign team.
Very few of the parishioners were wearing masks during the service.
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Goulet used some of the service to discuss how much the community surrounding the church needs help after the rate of unemployment skyrocketed because of the coronavirus pandemic.
He explained: "Right now we're feeding about 25,000 people a month in the city. Because, Mr. President we went to about 28-29 percent unemployment in our city and our Clark County and because of that we just have cars lining up."
Pastor Goulet was obviously very pleased and excited to get Trump back into the church, as he shared a video on Twitter on Saturday and told people that there were 'tons of surprises' in store for everyone attending.
"Get there very early to get a good seat", he urged.
He added: "And I'm going to share a tremendous prophetic word that was downloaded, I believe, in my brain and my heart from God. And I want to transfer it to you.
"I hadn't planned on preaching or teaching, but change of plans."
Well, that sounds worth the entry fee, at least.
As for Trump's Democratic rival, Joe Biden, he and his wife Jill attended St Joseph's on the Brandywine in his adopted home town of Wilmington.
After that, he briefly went to the grave of his son, Beau Biden. Beau died of cancer back in 2015.
Biden has been consistently attending the church since it was reopened following the pandemic, whereas Trump has not been to church services in person since late-2019.
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