Duck Dynasty’s Phil Robertson says he’s pointed Donald Trump to Jesus several times, asking the President “You have sins, don’t you?”
Conservative Republican Phil Robertson says in his latest podcast that he’s spoken to current President Trump on multiple occasions about religion. More specifically, Jesus himself. On his latest “Unashamed” podcast, Robertson dives into these Christian conversations with Donald Trump.
“I was able to talk to Donald Trump three times,” Phil begins. “Once while he was running, and couple other times when he had won. The entire conversation – all three times – I pointed him to Jesus.”
Robertson seems to have enjoyed each opportunity to speak to the President. He is, however, honest about Trump’s “caustic” personality, and that he had to bite his own tongue a few times.
” I would be tactful,” Robertson laughs. “I said, well, he’s the President, I’ll be tactful.”
As a result, Robertson says he was able to have a genuine, truthful discussion with Trump. Moreover, he was direct.
“And I said, Trump, you do have sins, don’t you?” Robertson asks. The President’s answer? “Oh yes,” according to Phil.
“So does everyone else,” Phil replies. From here, Robertson says he gave the President a long talk on the life of Jesus, and how he came to resurrection.
“He was raised from the dead,” Phil explains. “Trump, let’s face it. You and I are both the same age. We’re the same age. Look – we’re going into a hole in the ground. You – me – Whether you’re president or I’m some redneck duck hunter down here. We’re gonna die. Is that right?”
Apparently, this is what floored Donald Trump. Phil says he agreed with a “that’s right.” In addition, though, Trump let loose a contemplative “hmmm…” that gave Phil pause.
Listen to Phil Teach Donald Trump About Jesus
The full podcast and interview is below. Their dialogue also touches on the current presidential race, and how “voter fraud” has become a hot topic for Republicans, as well.
“Phil and Al are joined by election refugees Ann McElhinney and Phelim McAleer, the conservative filmmakers behind “Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer” and “Obamagate.” They discuss journalism and the age-old struggle between good and evil, the Hollywood wasteland, how Ann and Phelim got burned out on leftism and “pro-choice” politics, and what it was like to meet murderous abortionist Kermit Gosnell in prison.”
As a result of their talks, perhaps, Robertson does believe “God will put Trump back in office.” Whether this happens or not, however, is up to the electoral college.
America continues to wait on pins & needles for the result of a neck & neck race.