President Trump’s business councils may be a casualty of his controversial comments following white supremacist violence in Charlottesville over the weekend—and now a member of his evangelical advisory board has followed suit.
Pastor A.R. Bernard announced his official departure from the council Friday night, although he said he stepped away months ago.
My statement regarding my resignation from the President's Evangelical Advisory Board. pic.twitter.com/Ocae6SQxjZ
— A. R. Bernard (@ARBernard) August 18, 2017
Other members of the council, like Pastor Mark Burns say they are staying put.
— Pastor Mark Burns (@pastormarkburns) August 19, 2017
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