Home / News / Conservative Christian women confront their doubts on Trump
Donald Trump addresses the Faith and Freedom Coalition's "Road To Majority" conference in Washington, D.C., on June 10, 2016. RNS photo by Cathy Lynn Grossman

Conservative Christian women confront their doubts on Trump

Share

WASHINGTON (RNS) The prospect of choosing between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton for president is driving Veronica Mahaffy straight to prayer.

To this lifelong conservative Christian and Republican voter, he’s a “mocker” — the kind of arrogant, heedless man who’s condemned in the Bible — and he’s “corrupt.”

Trump did not change her mind with his address Friday (June 10) to 1,200 people including Mahaffy, a Pennsylvania retiree who came here for the three-day Road to Majority gathering of the Faith & Freedom Coalition and the Concerned Women for America.

Share

About Cathy Lynn Grossman

Cathy Lynn Grossman
Cathy Lynn Grossman is a senior national correspondent for Religion News Service, specializing in stories drawn from research and statistics on religion, spirituality and ethics, and manager for social media.

Check Also

Coffee Talk: Agreeing to Disagree

Join FāVS panelist for a discussion on "Agreeing to Disagree" at this next Coffee Talk, on April 6.