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Glenn Beck

Donald Trump's glitzy style is attracting evangelical voters

Donald Trump's glitzy style is attracting evangelical voters

Donald Trump seems the unlikeliest Republican candidate for evangelical voters, with his three marriages, his ownership of casinos and beauty pageants, and his belated opposition to their core issues of abortion and marriage.

Yet he captured the votes of 33 percent of evangelicals in South Carolina Saturday — a big factor in his win, since evangelicals made up a whopping 72 percent of Republican primary voters there.

Sen. Ted Cruz seems to be the quintessential evangelical candidate: a pastor's son who can strut a campaign rally stage like it's a revival and who pledged to inspire millions of supposedly apathetic evangelicals to vote for a resurgent Christian...

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