The standout moment, however, came when Pelosi appeared to literally "clap back" at Trump from behind the podium - and it's made for an incredibly powerful image. "As a result, a lot of younger Americans associate Christianity and public professions of faith with some of the most politically conservative and theologically conservative views".
When asked by CNN about Trump and the GOP line that Pelosi has no room within her caucus to make a deal, Pelosi said that when the President says things like that he "projects" because the truth is he is concerned about his own GOP rank-and-file members.
President Donald Trump will address the National Prayer Breakfast, where he will speak to leaders from all over the globe, including clergy, diplomats and lobbyists.
"I have a club that I started, it's called the 'Too Hot to Handle Club, '" she said. Turning to Brunson, who was in the audience, Trump took credit for his release in October 2018.
Trump also thanked faith leaders for their efforts helping to pass criminal justice reform legislation, which he signed a year ago.
The lawsuit argues that state-contracted, taxpayer-funded child placement agencies unconstitutionally discriminate by disqualifying same-sex couples from consideration for adoption or foster care.
The National Prayer Breakfast, an annual event first held in 1953, is traditionally a nonpartisan event that draws thousands of people from a variety of faith traditions, including diplomats, businesspeople and politicians.
The fight against human trafficking was also highlighted by keynote speaker Gary Haugen, CEO of International Justice Mission. Melissa and Chad had only a few minutes to decide, and they said yes to all three.
Overall, the event celebrated the power of faith and prayer, praising believers for their work for justice around the world. Let us pray for a future where every child has a warm, safe and loving home.
"With proper funding each year, we could see this ancient sin end for good", he said.