Christianity Today editor defends editorial calling for Trump's removal

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A top evangelical Christian writer defended on Sunday a recent scathing editorial he wrote that called for President Trump to be removed from office. Mark Galli, the editor-in-chief of Christianity Today, said in an interview with CBS' "Face The Nation" that Trump's support of causes important to the evangelical community can no longer excuse his actions in other areas and said the president is "morally unfit" to occupy the Oval Office. "I am making a moral judgment that he is morally unfit or, even more precisely, it's his public morality that makes him unfit," Galli said. HOUSE DEM BLASTS TRUMP AFTER ATTACK ON JOHN DINGELL: 'HELL WILL BE TOO GOOD FOR HIM' While Galli admitted that "none of us are perfect," he added that the president "has certain responsibilities as a public figure to display a certain level of public character and public morality." "He gives us what we need on'pro-life' but you've got this bad character," Galli said.

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