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White House: President Trump Will Restore “The Ability of People to Live According to their Faith”

Expressing a desire to maintain religious liberty in the United States, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said that the Trump administration would “make sure you don’t penalize someone for wanting to express their faith.”

“We shouldn’t penalize people, or mandate them to abide by certain policies or regulations, which are in direct contradiction to their faith,” Spicer said.

“I think the President and the Vice President both understand that one of the things that makes this country and this democracy so great is our ability to express our religion, to believe in faith, to express it, and to live by it,” Spicer said of the Trump administration’s attitude on religious liberty issues.

Spicer cited the previous administration’s attitude toward Little Sisters of the Poor, Hobby Lobby, the Catholic Church’s non-profit services, and other small businesses as examples of political correctness infringing upon religious liberty.