#AceNewsReport – Jan.20: The Republican, sporting a red tie, was spotted leaving Blair House shortly after 8:30 a.m., with wife Melania, wearing a powder blue Ralph Lauren ensemble, by his side.
By Nikki Schwab, U.s. Political Reporter For Dailymail.com 13:56 20 Jan 2017, updated 14:09 20 Jan 2017
- Donald Trump’s Inauguration Day started with the president-elect attending church services at St. John’s, the small yellow church near the White House
- Shortly after 8:30 a.m. the Trumps were seen leaving Blair House, where they spent the night, and taking a motorcade ride the short distance to the church
- Leading services today is Texas-based pastor Robert Jeffress, talking about ‘When God Chooses a Leader’ in his sermon
Leading church services this morning is Texas-based pastor Robert Jeffress, a Southern Baptist.
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President-elect Donald Trump and forthcoming first lady Melania Trump enter St. John’s Episcopal Church at the start of Inauguration Day It will be a packed day for the Trump family – and it started this morning as they attended church services at St. John’s, the little yellow church a block from the White House The incoming president and first lady took a short motorcade ride over to St. John’s Episcopal Church, the first of many events on Inauguration Day Melania Trump (right) was dressed by designer Ralph Lauren, and went with a powder blue ensemble for Inauguration Day President-elect Donald Trump and wife Melania Trump are captured leaving Blair House, the president’s guest house, where they spent the night with the entire Trump family
In advance of the service Jeffress announced the theme of his sermon was ‘When God Chooses a Leader.’
While the church is just up the street from the Blair House, all within a block from the White House, Trump took a short motorcade trip to the services.
His incoming White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, who managed Trump’s successful presidential campaign, and Hope Hicks, the campaign press secretary who will become the White House director of strategic communication, were spotted alongside the first family.
While a transition team official called Jeffress ‘a unifying figure representing a diverse spectrum of Americans’ the pastor has had a history of making controversial remarks.
The Salt Lake City Tribune reported that Jeffress has said Mormons ‘worship a false God’ and suggested their church was a ‘cult.’
In his book, ‘Not All Roads Lead to Heaven, Jeffress wrote that Joseph Smith, the founder of Mormonism and Prophet Muhammad, the founder of Islam were ‘servants of Satan.’
He also said that gay people live a ‘miserable’ and ‘filthy’ lifestyle.
‘Any attempt to vilify this religious leader is deeply disappointing and misplaced,’ said the unnamed transition official to CNN.
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