President Trump and two of his top aides who also endured bouts of COVID-19 found some religion on Sunday when they attended an indoors packed evangelical church rally - all without wearing masks.
Trump was accompanied by White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany, who said she was cleared of the illness on Friday, and Senior White House adviser Hope Hicks, who resumed public activities last Thursday for the first time since her diagnosis earlier this month. © Alex BrandonPresident Donald Trump attends church at International Church of Las Vegas, Sunday, Oct. 18, in Las Vegas, Nev. Counselor to the President Hope Hicks is at left.
President Donald Trump attends church at International Church of Las Vegas, Sunday, Oct. 18, in Las Vegas, Nev. Counselor to the President Hope Hicks is at left. (Alex Brandon/)
All three were part of a White House coronavirus cluster and had only recently been cleared for travel and public appearances, according to Forbes.
Video: Trump attends church service in Las Vegas (Associated Press)
The indoor service attended by hundreds of people was held at the International Church of Las Vegas in Nevada on Sunday, presided over by church leader Paul Goulet, according to a press pool report.
Goulet's wife, church leader Denise Goulet, prophesied that the Lord would give President Trump "a second wind" to carry him through the campaign, Forbes said.
This meant not only another term as President - a win - but also a wind, which was the Holy Spirit holding him aloft.
The bout with coronavirus that sent Trump to Walter Reed Hospital for three days was "a little bit of a setback but it was a setup for the comeback," church leader Paul Goulet said.
Twitter labeled the tweet with the clip of the maskless Trump et al drinking in the pastor's words with, "See the latest COVID-19 information on Twitter."
Trump also stuffed a fistful of $20 bills into the donation bucket when it came around, Reuters reported.