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Why Christian conservatives are happy with Trump

Jim Guth
James Guth

Furman University Politics and International Affairs professor James Guth was tapped for a story which appeared in The Christian Science Monitor. He says the vacant Supreme Court seat left by Justice Antonin Scalia “sealed the deal” for Guth’s evangelical friends with regard to the election. Read on to learn other factors that led to Trump’s popularity among the religious right.

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