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Right-wing preacher Lance Wallnau took to his webcast “Truth & Liberty Coalition” recently to talk about Trump’s reelection in 2020. Wallnau shared with his viewers that he believes God allowed Democrats to make gains in the 2018 elections so that America would see how radical the party is becoming. He believes that Americans will quickly turn back to Trump in 2020 after seeing what the Democrats will do over the next two years. Wallnau claims the enemy will gain momentum, just for God to shut him down in the long run.

Pastor Andrew Wommack joined Wallnau on the webcast, and agreed with many of Wallnau’s views. Wommack further backed Wallnau by saying he believes Trump’s leadership will “exorcise” the demons out of the country.

“I was talking to a White House communications director who was a dear friend of mine,” Wallnau stated, “and she said to me that before she went to work at the White House, she had a dream. And she had a dream that there were going to be years of plenty before there was going to be years of challenge and that she came into Trump’s administration with the belief that we’re going to have two terms for this president because the Lord showed it to her.”

“The Lord is letting the enemy fully manifest so the American people can mobilize appropriately to take charge of the future that God has for them,” he added. “What’s happening is brilliant. The Lord is allowing the enemy to produce a manifestation of what he is to produce a crisis of decision so that we can choose life and not death. And in the boundaries of God’s time for America, I believe that Donald Trump will be put back in office because the left, like the devil, is overextending it’s hand.”

“It’s just like when you cast a demon out of a person, which I’ve done many times, they manifest and they manifest many times by screaming and yelling,” replied right-wing pastor Andrew Wommack. “I think we are seeing an exorcism in the United States. Praise God.”

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