Evans speaks to Trump at White House faith dinner

The dinner was attended by Donald Trump, The First Lady Melania Trump, Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner and senior White House officials.

August 29, 2018 20:10
Mike Evans (L) and Ivanka Trump (R)

Mike Evans (L) and Ivanka Trump (R). (photo credit: Courtesy)


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Friends of Zion founder Dr. Mike Evans spoke at a White House state dinner this week celebrating America’s heritage of faith, family and freedom with other members of President Donald Trump’s evangelical faith advisors. 

He thanked Trump for moving the US Embassy to Jerusalem earlier this year. Trump told the attendees: “The support you’ve given me has been incredible, but I really don’t feel guilty because I have given you a lot back — just about everything I promised.” 

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