Worship for trump before the inauguration will be conducted by the pastor, criticized Muslims and gays

Washington. 20 Jan. INTERFAX – Known Baptist pastor Robert Jeffress on Friday will hold for elected President of the USA of Donald trump Church service before his inauguration.

The pastor is a member of the Advisory Board of D. trump and previously was known as a sharp critic of Muslims, Mormons, Catholics, gays and now outgoing President Barack Obama, said on Friday si-EN-EN.

The service, which will bring together approximately 300 people, including family members of D. trump and elected Vice-President Mike Pence, will be held at the Episcopal Church of St. John near the White house.

Almost all US presidents, starting with Franklin Roosevelt, called for prayer on the day of his inauguration.