WASHINGTON, D.C.Under normal circumstances, Donald Trump crossing the street to hold up a Bible in front a church would be a cringeworthy photo-op. He didnt read from it. He didnt step in the church and pray. He just awkwardly modeled with a Bible. It was the crudest photo-op symbolism
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