The Religious Right Starts to Look Past Election Day

At TIME, Elizabeth Dias reports that even as Religious Right leaders continue to campaign for Donald Trump, they will be left to decipher the future of their movement after the presidential election ends. She reports, Two weeks after the election, some of the tribe will gather for a closed door confab of the Council for National Policy, the private group of conservative activists that last year attempted to rally evangelicals behind Ted Cruz, only to see Trump win their base. … Regardless of what happens on Election Day, the group will have plenty to discuss as they look to the future.”

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