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November 2, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) In a gesture of solidarity toward Catholics, President Donald Trump tweeted on All Souls Day, “As Christians throughout this great Country celebrate All Souls Day, let’s remember those who went before us and built this great nation. May their legacy inspire us as we keep our nation what it has always been: blessed and great!” 

Today is All Souls’ Day, when Catholics remember the dead and pray for the repose of their souls. This year it falls on the eve of election day. 

This is not the first time Trump has given a nod to Catholics.

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Just last night, Michael Hichborn, President of the Lepanto Institute, wrote on Facebook an entire litany of ways Trump has supported Catholics. Hichborn believes it’s Our Lady who has chosen Trump and not the other way around.  

“The demonic agenda of the Democratic Biden-Harris ticket is from the pit of Hell, and it is a threat to faithful Catholics everywhere,” he wrote. “But Our Lady is with us! Let us turn to her now, in this 11th hour, and plead for Her to hear our cries and answer our prayers!” 

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