No other U.S. president has been "under more attack" than President Donald Trump and "he needs our prayers," said former Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.), who serves on the president's faith advisory initiative. She added that Trump is the most biblical and pro-Israel president she has ever seen and that he is leading America on a "path of blessing."
“I serve on the president’s faith advisory initiative, I’m extremely grateful to do that," said Bachmann during a July 22 interview on the Stand in the Gap radio show. "I want your listeners to know, never before have I ever seen a more pro-Israel president. He is, without a doubt, the most biblical president I have ever seen. I’m going to repeat that: He is the most biblical president I have ever seen in what he does."
"His actions are remarkable, and I would ask the audience to please pray for him continually," said the former congresswoman. "We have never seen a president under more attack, more undeserved attack. But I think it’s because, again, of the day that we live in, the deception that we live in, and the demonic presence of so many evil things in our society."
“He deserves our prayers," she said. "He needs our prayers. And, again, God will answer those prayers. He answered those prayers before for us and we need to not just sit back because he’s done godly things. We need to be very active and lift up his arms [just as] Arron and Miriam lifted up Moses’ arms."
"This is the fellow that God has made our president," said Bachmann. "He’s not only leading us in the United States to the greatest level of prosperity, to the greatest level of blessing toward Israel -- he’s put us on a path of blessing like no other president ever has."
"But because of the times we live in, we need him more than ever to listen to godly counsel, which he has," she said. "He has some of the most godly people surrounding him that I have ever seen. So he is deserving of that level of prayer and support and we need to provide that for him.”
Michele Bachmann, 63, served as a member of the House of Representatives from 2007 to 2015. She also was a candidate for the Republican nomination in the 2012 presidential election. Bachmann holds a B.A., a J.D., and an LL.M degree in tax law. She and her husband have five children and have provided foster care to 23 children.