President Trump was spotted making a cash donation during a church service he attended in Las Vegas, Nevada.
“The president reached into his pocket and made a cash donation during the portion of the service where the congregation is asked for tithing,” said NBC News White House correspondent Kelly O’Donnell on Twitter.
Trump, who attended the service with Kayleigh McEnany and Hope Hicks, put multiple $20 bills in a bucket labeled “Change 4 Change.”
Pastor Paul Marc Goulet praised the president’s decision to attend the church on Sunday.
“This is your third time here, that means you’re a church member. I don’t care what anybody says. I love my president,” Goulet said.
The president made the surprise appearance at the International Church of Las Vegas’s 9 a.m. service, speaking briefly to the congregants after the service and encouraging them to vote for him just days ahead of the election.
Many in the crowd cheered as they prayed for and blessed the president, who was told by members that he will get a “second wind,” “meaning a second term and a filling of the Holy Spirit,” according to O’Donnell.
“@realDonaldTrump receives a blessing he attends a Church Service at the International Church of Las Vegas in Las Vegas, NV,” photographer Doug Mills tweeted, accompanied by a picture of Trump with congregants.
After the service, Trump took off to attend a fundraiser in Orange County, California. He is scheduled to be back in Nevada later Sunday for a campaign rally.
Nevada could become a key swing state during the 2020 Election. Most polls show Democratic nominee Joe Biden with a lead in the state, though many of the polls are within the margin of error.
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