During an appearance on ABC’s “The View” this week, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton asserted that she is a Christian who takes her faith “seriously” and a “praying person” when asked why evangelicals should consider voting for her. “As someone who is an undecided evangelical voter, and someone who believes that our Judeo-Christian values are under attack or are declining, what can you say to me?” co-host Candace Cameron Bure asked Clinton during Tuesday’s broadcast.

“What can you say to people out there like me [as to] why I might consider voting for you?”
“Well, first of all, I’m a Christian, and I take my faith very seriously,” Clinton replied. “It has gotten me through some difficult times in the course of my life.” “Somebody asked me years ago, ‘Are you a praying person?’ And I said, ‘Well, a week in the White House will turn anybody into a praying person,’” she said. “So, luckily, I was one before I got there.” FULL REPORT