Trump Urges Christians to Get to the Polls in November: ‘We Have to Make Sure They Vote’

Former President Donald Trump is urging Christians to vote in the upcoming 2024 elections.

“The evangelicals and the Christians, they don’t vote as much as they should,” Trump said during the Faith & Freedom Coalition meeting in Washington, D.C. “They go to church every Sunday, but they don’t vote. And we have to make sure they vote. Just this time. Because all you have to do is this time. You don’t have to worry about it because we’re going to straighten it out very fast.”

“Do you know the power you have if you would vote?” Trump said to the crowd.

Earlier this year, Trump said that Election Day will be “Christian Visibility Day,” after President Biden declared Easter Sunday to be “Trans Visibility Day.”

“On Nov. 5, we’re going to win,” Trump told the crowd at the time. “We’re going to win the White House, and we’re going to save our country.”

“And what the [expletive] was Biden thinking when he declared Easter Sunday to be ‘Trans Visibility Day?’ Such total disrespect to Christians. And Nov. 5 is going to be called something else. Do you know what it’s going to be called,” he asked the crowd. “Christian Visibility Day; when Christians turn out in number that nobody has ever seen before.”