A lot of hay has been made of Donald Trump's religious sincerity since an interview he gave on Sarah Palin's Fox News show. Reverends Irene Monroe and Emmett Price joined Jim Braude and Margery Eagan to discuss, whether religion-- especially piousness-- should be a litmus for Trump's electability. It shouldn't matter, Monroe declares, "but it often does," Price demurs.
America has never elected a non Christian president. Other than gender, it has been a unifying requirement for the office. And for the Republican party, open displays of Christian values is a near requirement. But was Trump sincere claiming the Bible is his second favorite book? Jim's not so sure.