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Pastor Who Left Evangelical Board Explains His ‘Problem’ With Trump’s ‘Lack of Leadership’











Bernard appeared last night with CNN’s Don Lemon to explain his reasoning for stepping down and provided some significant criticism for what he deemed to be the president’s “lack of leadership” A rough transcript of Bernard’s reasoning:I think that as time progressed, you look for change. You look for consistency. You look for responsibility in leadership.

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