Mike Pence Reveals The 4 Words He and Trump Most Love Hearing From Americans

Under fire from the media, Democrats and establishment Republicans, Vice President Mike Pence revealed the four little words he and his boss, President Trump, love to hear from the American People.

Pence sat down with the Christian Broadcasting Network’s David Brody to talk about his faith and how his relationship stands with America’s evangelical Christians.

“What is going on, spiritually, at the White House?” Brody asked the vice president.

“Well I think President Trump has a heart of gratitude for evangelical Christians in this country,” Pence told CBN News.

Pence then told Brody the four “sweetest words” he hears from voters.

“I have to tell you, the sweetest words the President and I ever hear, and we hear them a lot, are when people grab us by the hand and say, ‘we’re praying for you,’” Pence stated.

Pence went on to state that he believes Trump is “very humbled and grateful by the support of believers.”

“And we understand the role of faith in the life of this nation and the American people I think can be encouraged to know that in President Donald Trump, they have a leader who embraces and respects and appreciates the role of faith and the importance of religion in the lives of our families, in communities in our nation and he always will,” he said.

Pence wears his faith on his sleeve, much to the chagrin of many in establishment Washington.

Back in March, the vice president came under fire when he revealed that he tries to avoid temptation by not eating alone with a woman other than his wife and doesn’t attend events that serve alcohol without his wife along with him.

It’s sweet. It’s also unofficially called the “Billy Graham Rule,” after the evangelist who created the rule in the 1940s. It was designed to avoid creating situations that appeared to be suspicious or compromising.

And in this day and age, it makes perfect sense.

But the left couldn’t stand it, calling Pence sexist and all sorts of other things. Journalist Xeni Jardin ended up comparing Pence to a rapist for his comments.

Pence has been a strong supporter of Christians around the world. He has been vocal in his belief that Christianity is the most persecuted faith in the world, The Western Journal reports.

“The reality is across the wider world Christian faith is under siege,” Pence told a crowd during the World Summit in Defense of Persecuted Christians in May. “Throughout the world, no people of faith today face greater hostility or hatred than followers of Christ.”

In October 2017, Pence announced that the U.S. will provide direct aid to persecuted Christians in the Middle East through USAID, rather than using “ineffective” United Nations programs.

“It is my privilege to announce that President Trump has ordered the State Department to stop funding ineffective relief efforts at the United Nations,” Pence remarked at the In Defense of Christians summit.

“From this day forward, America will provide support directly to persecuted communities through USAID,” he added.

If prayers are what Vice President Pence and the President want, send them his way. In today’s Washington, they could all they can get!