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Evangelical Christians proved to be a driving force behind Donald Trump winning the 2016 presidential election, but some high-profile Christian entertainers have voiced their disagreement with fellow believers who supported the candidate. 

According to the Fox News exit polls, white evangelical voters helped seal the deal for President-elect Trump. Similarly, a study conducted by WPA Research and commissioned by Family Research Council, shows that 1 in 3 Hispanics and a significant number of African-Americans also voted for him as well. And that 59 percent of Trump voters were impacted by the Republican Party’s pro-life and pro-religious liberty stand.

For Yolanda Adams, the gospel music singer and host of “The Yolanda Adams Morning Show,” Trump’s big win is a symbol that there are still issues in the nation. She took to social media to warn evangelical Christians that she would be keeping a close eye on their decision.

“The #Election is OVER!! I’m convinced now more than ever that #GOD is MY SOURCE,” Adams wrote. “If it showed us anything, it’s that ‘we have YET to overcome.’ So let’s watch and see if a #Republican controlled #government is the answer that all our Evangelicals told us it would be.YES WE ARE WATCHING YALL!!”

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