Trump seen praying with a South Carolina restaurant worker during the campaign shutdown


Former President Donald Trump prayed with an emotional South Carolina restaurant worker during a campaign stop, viral video showed.

Trump approached the West Columbia Zesto counter on Saturday and asked an employee if she recommended the food as the employee records the ex-president with her cellphone camera.

“Yes sir,” the clerk at the counter replies before asking, “Do you mind if I pray for you? »

“Go ahead,” Trump said before the woman held his hand and asked God to watch over him, the video shows.

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Former President Trump prays at a restaurant in South Carolina.
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The video spread like wildfire on social media, racking up more than 2 million views as of Sunday afternoon.

“This is the real @realDonaldTrump that the media won’t show you!” Save America and Trump’s deputy communications director tweeted the scene.

Trump was in Columbia, South Carolina, on Saturday campaigning for his 2024 presidential race, after campaigning in New Hampshire earlier in the day.

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During his remarks in the State, Trump took issue with Hunter Biden’s business dealings, argued that President Biden was taking the United States to the ‘edge of World War III’ and spoke out against critical theory of race and transgender issues.

Former President Donald Trump speaks during a campaign event at the State House in Columbia, South Carolina, Saturday, Jan. 28, 2023.

Former President Donald Trump speaks during a campaign event at the State House in Columbia, South Carolina, Saturday, Jan. 28, 2023.
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“We are going to stop the radical leftist racists and perverts who are trying to indoctrinate our youth and we are going to take their Marxist hands off our children,” he said.

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Trump received endorsements from top Republicans in South Carolina on Saturday, such as Gov. Henry McMaster and Sen. Lindsey Graham.

Bob Roach and his sister Carolyn Church stand outside the South Carolina State House in Columbia as they arrive to attend a campaign event for former President Donald Trump, Saturday, January 28, 2023.

Bob Roach and his sister Carolyn Church stand outside the South Carolina State House in Columbia as they arrive to attend a campaign event for former President Donald Trump, Saturday, January 28, 2023.
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“There is no Trump politics without Donald Trump,” Graham said at the event.

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“You can talk about his politics, but you can’t do what he did.”

Fox News Digital reached out to Zesto for comment but did not immediately receive a response.


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