Donald Trump to travel to Dallas, Texas for tour, church service
Former President Donald Trump is in North Texas this weekend, where he will appear at the American Airlines Center and attend a Christmas church service at First Baptist Dallas.
Pastor Robert Jeffress, a Trump supporter, will deliver a Christmas message during the Sunday service that will include a “special Christmas greeting” from Trump at the end of the service, according to the mega-church website.
“The music and message this Sunday will focus on the most important event in human history, the birth of Jesus Christ,” the website read. “President Trump is known for his love for Christmas and what it stands for. We are delighted that he is joining us this Sunday morning.
Trump is also in town with former Fox News host Bill O’Reilly as part of their “The History Tour,” which is described as a discussion of the history of the Trump administration. Doors open at 12 p.m. on December 19 for the 3 p.m. event. The two will be in Houston on Saturday, according to the Toyota Center website.
Trump made several trips to Texas during his presidency and since. He was in Dallas in July to attend the Conservative Political Action Conference.