Trump’s religious freedom conference creates awkward alliance

politico | July 14, 2019

Trump’s religious freedom conference creates awkward alliance
Donald Trump has long been an easy mark for human rights activists, who regularly slam the president fondness for dictators, his hostility toward immigrants and his attacks on the news media. This week, however, the Trump administration is hosting an event promoting religious freedom that is uniting some of the president is fiercest human rights critics with his most fervent supporters. It is an area where even the president is detractors have said the Trump administration has produced tangible, if still limited, accomplishments.

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