MIAMI — President Donald Trump highlighted his record on religious liberty as he addressed a group of evangelical supporters in Miami.

Trump spoke Friday to more than 5,000 Christians at a megachurch just days after he was the subject of a scathing editorial in Christianity Today magazine that called for his removal from office.

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But thousands of the faithful lifted their hands and prayed over Trump as he began speaking and portrayed himself as a defender of faith.

Some of Trump's address resembled his standard campaign speech. But he also cited his support for Israel, installation of federal judges, prison reform and a push to put prayer in public school. 


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