Michael Cohen: Trump Thinks Christianity Is “Bulls**t”, Enjoys Deceiving Pastors

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Trump would "say whatever they wanted to hear," Michael Cohen writes of the president's interactions with evangelicals.

President Trump’s former personal attorney Michael Cohen describes the president as contemptuous of Christians and Christianity in his new book, laying out how Trump masterfully deceived his evangelical supporters.

DC Report’s David Cay Johnston writes for RawStory:

In Disloyal, published today, Cohen shows how Trump is a master deceiver. He quotes Trump calling Christianity and its religious practices “bullshit,” soon after he masterfully posed as a fervent believer. In truth, Cohen writes, Trump’s religion is unbridled lust for money and power at any cost to others.

“If you knew Trump as I did, the vulgarian salivating over beauty contestants or mocking Roger Stone’s” sexual proclivities “you would have a hard time keeping a straight face at the sight of him affecting the serious and pious mien of a man of faith. I knew I could hardly believe the performance or the fact that these folks were buying it,” Cohen writes.

“Watching Trump I could see that he knew exactly how to appeal to the evangelicals’ desires and vanities – who they wanted him to be, not who he really was. Everything he was telling them about himself was absolutely untrue.”

To deceive the evangelicals, Cohen writes, Trump would “say whatever they wanted to hear.”

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