James Robison reacts to reports that President Trump called off an airstrike on Iran at the last minute: “I’ve had many meetings and calls with the president. He is genuinely concerned about every individual person. He wants what’s best for everybody. He wants to act with wisdom.”
The Faith and Freedom Coalition’s Lance Lemmonds declares that “Trump’s support among Christian voters is at an absolute fever pitch right now.”
Bill Mitchell doesn’t believe polls showing that Trump is trailing among likely women voters because “Trump won white women voters by four points in 2016.”
Former Trump campaign spokesman Jason Miller does not seem to be a fan of Rep. Jerrold Nadler.
Finally, MAGA broadcaster Brenden Dilley lays out the “first rule” for spreading information to help get Trump re-elected in 2020: “It doesn’t have to be true, it just has to go viral.”