President Donald Trump attended a church service at the International Church of Las Vegas, Nevada, on Sunday morning, Oct. 18, before continuing his intense campaign for re-election.  

The president took his seat among some 200 regulars who blessed and applauded him, and Associate Pastor Pastor Pasqual Urrabazo dedicated a few words to his distinguished visitor, according to the Las Vegas Review Journal.

“This is his third time here. That means you are a member of the church,” Senior Associate Pastor Denise Goulet told Trump during the service. “I don’t care what anyone else says. I love my president,” Senior Pastor Paul Marc Goulet said.

President Donald Trump holds money before donating it as he attends a service at the International Church of Las Vegas in Las Vegas on Oct. 18, 2020. (Carlos Barria/Reuters) 

In turn, Urrabazo reminded attendees that Trump had worked to protect unborn babies, elected judges who protect Christian values, among other accomplishments. Trump’s campaign retained parts of the sermon. 

The Denise Goulet and the pastor sat next to him. At the appropriate time President Trump deposited several bills into the contribution bucket. 

President Trump addressed the congregation.

“I go to a lot of churches and I love to go to churches,” he said. “I’ll be back many times. Trump’s campaign replayed this brief address.

“President Donald Trump is speaking at the Las Vegas International Church this morning,” the campaign wrote. 

He also highlighted the work of the pastors to obtain the reopening of the churches, punished by the restrictions imposed by the spread of the CCP Virus.

“I know they’ve been through some tough times in terms of the city, it’s been a tough thing, but the work they’ve done to get people back is really very special,” the president said. 

President Trump then continued his fundraising journey and headed immediately to Carson City, Nevada, for the “Make America Great Again” rally at the airport. 

In the middle of his speech, the president spoke about the citizens of Armenia, a country located between Asia and Europe, who are in the middle of a conflict. 

It is the overwhelming enthusiasm of President Trump’s supporters that makes poll results doubtful. They usually present Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden with a few extra points, as noted by Eric Trump, the president’s son, when he presented a short video of the Carson City attendees.