1 of 3 View 3 Items Matthew Brown President Donald Trump asks Cliff Sims how Reince Priebus, third from right, and Anthony Scaramucci, second from right, were getting along, according to Sims, who authored a book about his experiences working with team Trump in the White House. Related Links FBI official feared Russia probe would end after Comey fired Trump not ‘thrilled’ with border deal but leaning toward it WASHINGTON — Cliff Sims had a hunch working for Donald Trump, both as a candidate and as the president, could be a trial of conscience and faith. Like many conservative Christians — who supported Trump in 2016 in numbers unprecedented even for a Republican— Sims looked past the Manhattan real estate mogul’s character flaws and lack of religious faith and saw a charismatic candidate who grasped the potency of issues important to the religious right and would deliver on them if elected. And on both counts, Sims was right. Trump has kept many of the promises he made to evangelical voters who played a big part in putting him in office, and just last week the president told them, “I will never let you down.” And at the same time, Sims’… Read full this story
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