Seeking Evangelicals’ Support Again, Trump Confronts a Changed Religious Landscape

Charles Homans of The New York Times reports that Donald Trump is confronting a wavering of support from evangelical Americans after the overturning of Roe by a Supreme Court that he largely shaped. John Fea, a professor of history at Messiah University, said, “They tolerated a lot from Trump, and they refused to question him, because they knew there were bigger issues at stake. But now the slate has been wiped clean, and you have to rethink the question of, Is Trump worth it? Or has he done what we needed him to do?” A new poll shows that Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, Trump’s predicted toughest competitor in the Republican primary, is gaining support among evangelical voters.

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