It’s not disguised well, but take a guess who said this:

When I wake in the morning, I wait on the Lord, and I ask Him to give me the strength to do right by our country and its people. And when I go to bed at night I wait on the Lord, and I ask Him to forgive me my sins, and look after my family and the American people, and make me an instrument of His will.

Answer.

I don’t have a problem with anyone being deeply religious as long as it doesn’t affect public policy — but that quote sounds like what the head of a theocracy would say.

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