The President spoke shortly before he departed Washington DC on Monday evening after a busy day that saw him hold bilateral talks with Trump as well as meet business executives of leading U.S. companies during which he witnessed investment deals worth United States dollars 238 million signed between Kenyan and U.S. companies.
During remarks to reporters before their meeting, Trump trumpeted a preliminary trade deal with Mexico he'd announced earlier in the day as well as recent stock market gains.
"They will overturn everything that we've done and they'll do it quickly and violently, and violently".
Trump told more than 100 Christian leaders the election - where Democrats hold an edge in the generic ballot according to opinion polls - was a referendum 'on your religion'.
"I just ask you to go out and make sure all of your people vote", Trump said at the dinner.
The Times noted that the president spent much of the time bragging about "getting rid of" the Johnson Amendment, a 1954 tax law barring religious organizations and other 501 (c) 3 tax-exempt groups from endorsing or opposing political candidates.
'We have to understand these are still allegations against the president, so I'm not going to judge the president on these things.
"There has been dramatic change across the African continent where people are beginning to get a better understanding of themselves, who they are and where they want to be", said Uhuru.
Trump tells the evangelical leaders their support "has been incredible", but says he doesn't don't feel guilty "because I have given you a lot back". "You couldn't say Merry Christmas", Trump said. Not the first part, ' Trump said.
'The level of hatred, the level of anger is very unbelievable, ' Trump said.