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They allow abortion centers open but places of worship closed — Trump orders governor's to permit places of worship to reopen

They keep abortion centers open but places of worship closed' Trump says as he orders governors to permit places of worship to reopen immediately

They keep abortion centers open but places of worship closed' Trump says as he orders governors to permit places of worship to reopen immediately.


US President Donald Trump has announced that he has ordered governors to open up places of worship opining that's wrong for a few state governors to designate 'liquor stores and abortion clinics' as 'essential services' but keep places of worship like churches, mosques and synagogues closed.

Amid the Coronavirus pandemic hat has killed over 95,000 people within the US, Trump on Friday said he's designating all places of worship – including churches, synagogues and mosques – "essential," saying he wants them to "open without delay."

Reacting to the move by state governors of keeping "liquor stores and abortion centres" open during during the lockdown while keeping places of worship shuttered, Trump said within the White House briefing room.

It's not right," Trump said. "I'm calling houses of worship essential."

"If there's any question, they go to have to call me, but they are not getting to achieve success in that call," Trump said of state leaders.

"The governors ought to do the proper thing and permit these vital essential places of religion to open immediately , for this weekend,"
"If they do not have it off, i'll override the governors."

"It's not right," ''This move is aimed toward correcting this injustice."
"If there's any question, they are going to have to call me, But they're not getting to achieve success therein call."

"In America, we'd like more prayer," "Not less." Mr Trump said before leaving the briefing room.

Trump appeared within the briefing room to read a brief statement announcing he has approved guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to assist state and local leaders safely allow worship facilities to open back up.

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