Following the release of Donald Trump’s “locker room” comments, Stephen Baldwin is urging Christians not to get “get distracted by this stuff,” and, instead, to pray for the candidate.
Baldwin is the brother of actor and outspoken Hollywood liberal Alec Baldwin, who recently impersonated Trump to rave reviews on the season-opening of “Saturday Night Live.”
Stephen Baldwin, formerly a contestant on Trump’s “Celebrity Apprentice,” was on Fox News’s “Fox and Friends” Tuesday morning when he said that Trump’s video ordeal has not caused his support to waver. He is convinced that the strong evangelicals who surround the GOP presidential nominee – including his running mate Indiana Gov. Mike Pence – will have a positive influence on the billionaire.
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Baldwin, who has spoken publicly about his Christian conversion, urged Christians to “pray for Mr. Trump” and to “stay focused on the direction of the country and who is better qualified to take us in that direction.”