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Donald Trump attended a church service on Sunday at the International Church of Las Vegas. The US president was seen adding, what looked to be eight $20 bills, to the church collection plate.
The Sunday morning service included a concert, prayer session and the church’s pastor Paul Marc Goulet listing Mr Trump’s accomplishments.
The pastor said: “He gave the church back a voice.
“He’s given a voice to the unborn.”
He also thanked the president for attending the church for his third appearance.
The pastor said: “This is your third time here. That means you’re really a church member.”
But Mr Trump’s attendance caused shock amount Twitter users who questioned the whereabouts of the First Lady.
The president went to the indoor non-denominational Christian church service with his aides Hope Hicks, Kayleigh McEnany and Dan Scavino.
One social media user wrote: “Well well well. Look who Trump decided to go to some kind of church with today.
“Where’s Melania? Has Melania lost all Hope?”
Another user wrote: “Seriously where’s Melania?
“Hope Hicks had COVID-19 as well so something is not right.”
Other users questioned why the president and his aides were not wearing face masks two weeks after Mr Trump was diagnosed with COVID-19.
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One user said: “Wasn’t Hope Hicks, Kayleigh, and Trump diagnosed with COVID-19 2 weeks ago?
“If they are out amongst people without masks, they are deliberately spreading the virus.”
Only a few church goers were seen wearing masks at the indoor service.
Mr Trump’s former Press Secretary, Kayleigh McEnany, posted on Twitter that she attended the church event with the president.
It came just a few days after she said she was “blessed to be COVID clear” on Twitter.
President Trump and the First Lady both tested positive for the coronavirus at the start of October, just over a month before the US presidential election.
Mr Trump’s election competitor, Joe Biden, also attended a church service on Sunday in his adopted hometown of Wilmington, Delaware.
Mr Biden has reportedly been going to church since they reopened.
On Sunday, Mr Biden also visited the grave of his son Beau Biden, who died of cancer in 2015.
Mr Trump has reportedly not been to church services in person since late 2019.
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