Next ‘Serious leadership’ not a ‘pandering hairdo’: Secular group schools Eric Trump on founding principles of America

Feb 2, 2018

By Sarah K. Burris

The Freedom from Religion Foundation is trolling Eric Trump after the president’s son made an appearance on “Fox & Friends” Wednesday demanding people clap for his father.

“I mean, [congressional Democrats] didn’t stand for anything,” Trump whined. “When he said ‘In God We Trust’ — when my father mentioned ‘In God We Trust,’ the guiding principle of this country, no one stood. … I think it’s actually very sad, I think it’s sad. There are things as Americans we should be united on and if we can’t be united on God…”

The FFRF called the comments nothing more than “ahistorical incoherence.” The guiding principle of the United States might differ from person to person. For over 150 years, the defacto motto of the USA was “E pluribus unum,” which means, “Out of many, one.” The idea was when the 13 colonies joined together as a united group of states to form one nation. It wasn’t until the mid 1950s when “In God We Trust” became the official motto as a means of distinguishing itself from communism and the former Soviet Union.

“Americans are not now, nor have we even been, ‘united on God,’” FFRF said in the letter to Trump.

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3 comments on “Next ‘Serious leadership’ not a ‘pandering hairdo’: Secular group schools Eric Trump on founding principles of America

  • @OP – Eric Trump after the president’s son made an appearance . . . . . demanding people clap for his father.
    I think it’s actually very sad, I think it’s sad.
    There are things as Americans we should be united on
    and if we can’t be united on God…”

    The self-important, self-deluded, love to demand that everyone is united behind THEIR divisive policies – without a hint of understanding their own cynical psychological projection, their gross incompetence, or THEIR ignorant disputatious attitudes!



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