The Washington Post reports:
A televangelist who served as a spiritual adviser to Donald Trump says the former president has the tendency to act “like a little elementary schoolchild” and suggests that Trump’s focus on minor spats was preventing progress on larger goals.
“If Mr. Trump can’t stop his little petty issues, how does he expect people to stop major issues?” James Robison, the president of the Christian group Life Outreach International, said Wednesday night at a meeting of the National Association of Christian Lawmakers.
His audience included dozens of Republican state legislators from across the country gathered in a hotel ballroom. At first they listened attentively as Robison began his address, nodding and showing support with a frequent “yes” and “amen.” The televangelist then started criticizing Trump, prompting the crowd to grow quiet.
RELATED: The founder and president of the above-cited group is viciously anti-LGBTQ Arkansas state Sen. Jason Rapert, who has appeared on JMG many times for stunts such as erecting a massive Ten Commandments monument on the grounds of the state capitol. Rapert has called for “nuking” ISIS and for defunding Sesame Street because Billy Porter appeared on an episode. Rapert, an anti-vaxxer, last appeared here when he became ill with something.
“‘A televangelist who served as a spiritual adviser to Donald Trump says the former president has the tendency to act ‘like a little elementary schoolchild.'”
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