Donald Trump had one last plea for the American people before they submitted their final vote in the Presidential election on Tuesday.
“Pray for guidance,” the Republican nominee told reporters during an interview. “Pray for our country because we need prayer.”
Trump also argued that our country needed some divine intervention, “now almost more than we’ve ever needed it before.”
“We’re doing very well with evangelicals,” the legendary businessman added. “If they vote, we’re going to win the election. Had they voted four years ago—and they didn’t—you would have had a different result in the election instead of having Obama, who has been catastrophic for evangelicals and a lot of the things that we stand for.”
“I just want the people to remember: The United States Supreme Court,” Trump continued. “Whether they love me or like me or don’t like me, we’re going to put great justices—pro-life justices—we’re going to put Second Amendment justices, and I think for the evangelicals, it’s so important that they get out and vote.”
Trump’s campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway, had a more straightforward approach going into Election Day.
“I believe that we will win,” Trump’s campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway, told Jenna Browder. “I believe that the country is calling, urging for true change. Seventy-five percent of Americans now say that they want to take the country in a new and different direction. That’s an unmistakable endorsement and frankly an unmistakable mandate.”
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