Kenneth Copeland: Trump uses foul language because he’s too busy to watch Christian TV

During the annual Southwest Believers Convention held at Kenneth Copeland‘s Texas megachurch last week, the multimillionaire evangelist heaped praise on President Trump while providing cover for his notorious preference for using foul language.

“Until he got elected president, gospel TV is all he ever watched. He didn’t watch anything else,” Copeland said, recalling a story Trump’s spiritual adviser Paula White told about Trump’s alleged Christian faith. “I like that.”

“You say, ‘Well, he still uses foul language.’ Yeah, but he’s the president of the United States, he can talk any way he wants to talk,” Copeland continued. “And the Lord showed me what happened: He got over into [the White House] where he didn’t have time to watch gospel television, and it slipped back in his mouth. But I’d rather have a man that just stands up there and just cuss on TV than to have one to go behind your back and cuss like a sailor.”

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