With Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Passing, President Donald Trump Is ‘Right’ to Recognize His ‘Obligation’ to Fill SCOTUS Seat ASAP

Stephen Strang, Author of ‘God, Trump, and COVID-19,’ Points to the President as ‘Staunch Defender of Religious Liberty and Freedom’—and Trusts Him to Choose Wisely for Our Country

ORLANDO, FLA.—The nation is mourning the loss of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who passed away Friday evening at age 87 of complications from pancreatic cancer. She had battled cancer for years.

President Donald Trump, upon learning the news, expressed his sadness at the passing of a fellow American.

Stephen E. Strangfounder of Charisma Media and author of the compelling new book “God, Trump, and COVID-19,”  says the president “also rightly acknowledged” that he and other elected Republican officials have an “obligation, without delay,” to fill the vacancy now created on the High Court. Says Strang, “Trump always displays his keen leadership instincts”—and believes this is yet another example of Trump’s employment of those God-given skills.  

Trump shared in a tweet on Saturday, “GOP, We were put in this position of power and importance to make decisions for the people who so proudly elected us, the most important of which has long been considered to be the selection of United States Supreme Court Justices. We have this obligation, without delay!”

Strang—who has interviewed four U.S. presidents, including our 45th—says that “Donald Trump has probably been one of the staunchest defenders of religious liberties and freedoms we have seen. He also makes it no secret that he has an evangelical council that meets with him periodically, ministers to him, advises him, and at times even lays hands on him and prays over him,” something Strang also points out in his book. Now, as the president prepares to put forth a new candidate for the Supreme Court, Strang is confident that Trump will act with his conservative beliefs and his firm “faith in America” in mind.

“The election this year is so important for Christians and for people of all faiths,” Strang also says. “He is a champion for our belief in God and for returning us to the foundation of our freedoms in this country.”

Under Trump’s leadership, a multi-agency effort has been underway within the federal government to create a COVID vaccine to combat the coronavirus that has attacked our country this year. In addition, America’s borders are more secure, the military is strong, and the economy is steadily improving.

“Donald Trump is a leader, and at this point in American history we need a real leader who can get private enterprise and government—even the Democrats—to work together to take us through this crisis and find a vaccine for the deadly coronavirus,” Strang notes in his book “God, Trump, and COVID-19.”

Strang has been writing with authority and conviction about President Donald Trump for years. “God, Trump, and COVID-19”is a dynamic follow-up to Strang’s earlier book, “God, Trump and the 2020 Election.” The new book shares insider information about China and the virus—and conveys the high stakes of this 2020 presidential election.

It also addresses a key question for Christians: “Where is God in all this?”

“God, Trump, and COVID-19” is published by FrontLine, an imprint of Charisma House, which publishes books that challenge, encourage, teach, and equip Christians. The book is available in hardcover, paperback and e-book formats at www.stevestrangbooks.com.

Stephen E. Strang is an award-winning journalist who founded Charisma magazine, the only national evangelical magazine to endorse President Donald Trump. He is also the bestselling author of “God and Donald Trump.”

Voted by Time magazine as one of the 25 most influential evangelicals in America, Strang has interviewed four U.S. presidents—including President Trump—and has been featured on many media outlets, including Fox News, CNN, MSNBC, and CBN.


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