President Trump Remains Committed to Issues Important to Americans: Health Care, Religious Freedom and Sanctity of Life

U.S. President Donald Trump smiles after signing an Executive Order to make it easier for Americans to buy bare-bone health insurance plans and circumvent Obamacare rules at the White House in Washington, U.S., Oct. 12, 2017. (Reuters/Kevin Lamarque)

President Donald Trump signed an executive order yesterday that will help relieve some of the burdens of the Affordable Care Act, making good on promises he made to Americans on the campaign trail.

In the past several months, Trump has also forged ahead with decisive actions on important issues such as the restoration of religious liberties, the representation of conservative views on the Supreme Court and the protection of the sanctity of life.

Award-winning journalist and author Stephen E. Strang says his interaction with the president—both as leader of the free world and a presidential candidate—has taught him that when Donald Trump makes a promise, he delivers.

Strang's new book, God and Donald Trump, will be released in less than a month and reveals the strategies, behind-the-scenes activity and profound voices that helped shape the dramatic events of the election and presidency thus far.

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"During the presidential debates, Donald Trump very wisely reaffirmed his commitment to making health care affordable and accessible again, appointing strong conservative jurists to the Supreme Court, overturning Roe v. Wade, and restoring religious freedoms for pastors, churches and everyday believers," Strang said of Trump's promises. "Those statements struck home with a lot of Christian voters and influenced thousands who had been skeptical to give Trump a chance. His evangelical support began to grow daily, and as it turned out, the evangelical vote accounted for nearly a third of all the votes cast for Trump.

"From the beginning, Donald Trump understood the importance of the Christian vote," Strang continued. "He courted evangelical support, spoke openly about his faith, accepted invitations to speak to the Christian media, and promised to stand strong for the issues that would bring Christians to the polls. It proved to be a winning strategy, and the success was largely based upon the promises he made—and the promises he is fulfilling today as president of the United States."

Set for release on Nov. 7, almost a year to the day from the presidential election, God and Donald Trump takes an incisive look at the factors that drove those conservative and evangelical voters to the polls.

A website and video for God and Donald Trump, which contains a foreword from presidential hopeful and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, may be found at godanddonaldtrump.com; view the video here. Visitors to the site can also download a free chapter and pre-order the book.

Strang is an award-winning journalist and successful businessman who began his career as a newspaper reporter at the Orlando Sentinel before founding a Christian publishing house and media company while interviewing and writing about nearly every Christian leader in the country over the past four decades.

God and Donald Trump is published by Frontline, an imprint of Charisma House, which has published books that challenge, encourage, teach and equip Christians, including 13 New York Times best-sellers.

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