Evangelical leaders are thrilled by the president’s success in bringing home pastor Andrew Brunson.
President Trump welcomes American pastor Andrew Brunson to the White House, after being released from a Turkish jail he was held in for two years. In the Oval Office Saturday, the president greeted the Brunson family, and told the pastor he can celebrate and rest now that he’s back on U.S. soil. Brunson thanked the president for his efforts to return him home, and said a prayer for him and the country.
Pastor Andrew Brunson meets with the U.S. ambassador of Germany, during a brief stop at a U.S. Air base on his way back to the U.S. Early Saturday morning, ambassador Richard Grenell presented Brunson with a U.S. flag as the pastor made a routine stop for refueling and a quick medical exam before he made the last leg of his trip back home. At a campaign rally in Ohio, President Trump said Brunson would probably visit the oval office Saturday.
A Kentucky congressman has high hopes President Trump’s visit to the state will give him a boost in the closely watched race for the sixth district. The president will hold a campaign style rally Saturday in Richmond, Kentucky, alongside Republican incumbent Andy Barr. This marks President Trump’s third rally in the state, since announcing his presidential campaign three years ago.
An American pastor is finally set free after two-years of imprisonment in Turkey.
Turkey is refusing to cave to U.S. demands calling for the release of an imprisoned American pastor.