The President leads a nation in the midst of pandemic crisis and we collect news and view regarding the Sunday call to prayer from the Commander-In-Chief.
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President Trump Donald John Trump Former Pennsylvania governor: Biden nomination will be 'virtually clinched' after next Tuesday How coronavirus is changing Sunday's debate The Memo: Coronavirus scrambles the art of campaigning MORE has declared Sunday a "National Day of Prayer" amid the worldwide outbreak of the novel coronavirus and said he will monitor a church service online.
When President Trump, Vice President Pence, and public health officials held a Saturday press conference on their plans to address the coronavirus, Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson was a surprising addition to the line-up. Yes, Carson is a medical doctor. But his specialty was neurosurgery, not epidemiology.
White House Invocation
President Trump told Americans on Sunday that "there's no need to hoard" supplies, amid concerns of potential food or supply shortages as more states and cities announced restrictions to contain the coronavirus. The president said during a White House briefing after speaking with heads of food suppliers: "You don't have to buy so much, take it easy, just relax."
Livestream Liturgy Afermath
President Trump on Sunday said he watched a livestream of a Georgia pastor's church service after houses of worship across the country opted to go online to protect parishioners as the coronavirus continues to spread. "I am watching a great and beautiful service by Pastor Jentezen Franklin. Thank you!
Kansas City Faith Community Celebrates Sunday By Way Of Good Deeds And Assistance
Members of the City of Truth church spent Sunday afternoon handing out $50 gift cards to customers at Wild Woody's Happy Foods on 31st Street. And much like the spread of COVID-19, handing out the cards happened quickly and covertly.
Sunday Tweets Show No Sign Of Peace With Political Opponents
Today is a National Day of Prayer, as the country's citizens wake up to a stark new world that is potentially getting worse before it gets better. Calls for increased quarantines are mounting, as is the pressure on the federal government to adopt a wartime footing in the battle against the coronavirus.
Powerful Presidential Request
President Donald Trump has declared this day, this 15th day of March, 2020 AD, (Anno Domini - the Year of our Lord), to be a National Day of Prayer, in order to bring the country soulfully together in a battle against an evil enemy called the coronavirus.
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