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Robert Jeffress, at U.S. Embassy opening in Jerusalem, thanks God for Trump
Robert Jeffress, one of President Trump’s closest evangelical advisers and pastor of First Baptist Church in Dallas, gave a prayer at the U.S. Embassy opening ceremony in Jerusalem on May 14.
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