Published: Fri, October 13, 2017
Worldwide | By Gretchen Simon

President Trump to Address 12th Annual Values Voter Summit

President Trump to Address 12th Annual Values Voter Summit

President Trump brought back several of his favorite talking points during his speech before the Value Voters Summit on Friday, not the least of which was that the War on Christmas is officially over.

"You know we're getting into that lovely Christmas season that people don't talk about anymore", Trump said.

Trump zeroed in on this subject much more during his presidential campaign than he has as president.

"In America, we don't worship government, we worship God", Mr. Trump told the Value Voters Summit in Washington.

People are saying "Merry Christmas" again, he said, instead of politically correct expressions that avoid mention of the Christian holiday.

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"You go to department stores and they'll say Happy New Year, or they'll say other things and it'll be red, they'll have it painted". He also said he hoped Congress will give the American people a Christmas gift by passing his tax cut proposal.

He says people are saying "Merry Christmas" again.

The FRC announced Tuesday that Trump was going to address the VVS, the billionaire real estate mogul being the first sitting president to do so in its history. Speaking before the group in 2015, Trump got booed when he referred to Sen.

Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council, heralded that decision, arguing that it showed Trump is committed to "undoing the anti-faith policies of the previous administration and restoring true religious freedom".

The president made an appearance at the convention past year, but he was then only a presidential nominee. Trump scraped that plan with a new rule that would exempt employers whose religious or moral beliefs conflict with providing contraceptive coverage.

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