Trump Atty: Michelle Obama Should 'Go to Church and Find Meaning in Jesus Christ as Her Personal Savior'

By Michael W. Chapman | August 7, 2020 | 10:22am EDT
Michelle Obama.  (Getty Images)
Michelle Obama. (Getty Images)

While discussing Michelle Obama's revelation that the Trump administration is somehow causing her to suffer from "low-grade depression," President Trump's personal attorney Jenna Ellis said the real culprit likely is "liberalism," and she encouraged Mrs. Obama to go to church and find solace in a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

During the Aug. 6 discussion on Fox News, Jenna Ellis said, "I think that this is more of an issue of Michelle Obama’s liberalism, because the Family Institute for Studies has shown that actually conservatives tend to be more joyful and more happy overall with their lives because we still believe in the pillars of society, which is the church and the family."

“So I would encourage Michelle Obama to go to church and to find meaning in the Lord Jesus Christ as her own personal savior," said Ellis. 

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(Getty Images)

Fellow guest A. Scott Bolden, a Democrat Party leader, said he agreed with Michelle Obama and added that he too was "depressed." 

"[T]his president is a big part of that depression that at least 30 percent of America is feeling because of America’s instability," he added.  "It’s depressing."

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