WATCH: Trump Asks Iowa Crowd If Non-Christians Should Be Booted From Rally
While campaigning in Iowa Wednesday, Trump asked non-Christians in the crowd to identify themselves, then asked the rest of the crowd if maybe they should be kicked out. The moment seemed on a sick continuum with his proposal to ban Muslims from entering the United States a year ago. Because with a scandal, a lie or a piece of incitement nearly every day, the average voter is bound to forget a few.
Trump broached the conversation by applauding himself for garnering wide support among Christian conservatives, whom he asked to raise their hands.
"We have our Christian Conservatives for Trump today and they're in the room. Let's go," he said, motioning to the crowd.
The crowd cheered, raising signs that read "Christian Conservatives for Trump."
"That's what we want. That's beautiful," Trump said. “Raise your hand if you’re not a Christian conservative,” he then told the crowd. “I want to see this, right? Oh there’s a couple people, that’s all right.”
“I think we’ll keep them, right?” Trump asked the crowd. “Should we keep them in the room, yes? I think so.”
Will Trump have to walk back the comments? Probably not.
h/t Huffington Post