‘Blessed be thy hush money’: George Conway ridicules faith leaders praying for Trump during impeachment
Conservative faith leaders pray for President Donald Trump (Twitter)

Prominent Republican attorney George Conway blasted faith leaders praying for President Donald Trump as the House of Representatives conducts an impeachment inquiry into the president's solicitation of foreign election interference to help his 2020 re-election campaign.


Johnnie Moore, the president of The Congress of Christian Leaders, posted a photo on Thursday of conservative faith leaders putting their hands on Trump to pray for him.

Political scientist Ian Bremmer posted the photo with the message, "Hands on Presidency."

"Blessed be thy hush money, mayest all quid pro quos be thine, and mayest thy falsehoods persuade the multitudes," Conway wrote.

Those were not the only Friday evening thoughts on the president by the husband of White House counselor Kellyanne Conway.

Here are some of the messages he sent: