“I am outraged.”
In Washington DC, tonight, Bishop Mariann Edgar Budde of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington has just denounced Donald Trump’s use of St. John's church as a prop, while military police used munitions against peaceful protesters nearby.
“I am outraged. I just want the world to know that we, following Jesus and His way of love, do not, we distance ourselves from the incendiary language of this president.”
The Episcopal Bishop said on CNN just now, commenting on Trump’s display outside St. John’s:
“I am outraged.”
The bishop then called the president’s photo op “an abuse of a sacred space.”
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