Twitter goes after Donald Trump for not reciting Apostles' Creed or singing hymns at Bush funeral

WASHINGTON, DC – DECEMBER 05: (AFP- OUT) United States President Donald J. Trump, First Lady Melania Trump, Barack Obama, Michelle Obama, Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton, Jimmy Carter and Rosalyn Carter attend the state funeral service of former President George W. Bush at the National Cathedral, December 5, 2018 in Washington, DC. President Bush will be buried at his final resting place at the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas. A WWII combat veteran, Bush served as a member of Congress from Texas, ambassador to the United Nations, director of the CIA, vice president and 41st president of the United States. (Photo by Chris Kleponis-Pool/Getty Images)

During the funeral coverage for former President George H.W. Bush, viewers kept a close eye on President Donald Trump, and took to Twitter with their discoveries. In the footage, seen in many places, many saw the president allegedly not participating in hymns or the Apostles’ Creed prayer, despite the words being reportedly printed in the program he was holding.

Trump’s presidential predecessors, who sat alongside him and the first lady, partook in the hymns and prayers, along with their wives. Many on Twitter called out both Donald and Melania Trump for allegedly standing silently during the portion of the service.

Others, however, sided with the president and first lady, saying they hadn’t heard of the Apostles’ Creed before and it bore no significance on their religiosity.



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