President Donald Trump Begins First Full Day With Prayer Service, CIA Visit

By  //  January 21, 2017

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(FOX NEWS) – President Trump began his first full day in the White House by attending the traditional, post-inauguration National Prayer Service on Saturday before an expected visit to the CIA.

The roughly one-hour, interfaith service at the Washington National Cathedral included the National Anthem and a Muslim prayer.

“Hold fast that which is good,” said Bishop Mariann Budde, of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington. “Make no peace with oppression. Strengthen the weak. … Honor all people.”

Trump has wasted no time tackling official business — signing an executive order just hours after being sworn in Friday to ease ObamaCare provisions.

Next up is a presidential trip to CIA headquarters. Though it may seem to come early, such a visit to the country’s top spy agency is of particular interest for Trump, considering the tensions between him and the intelligence community following findings about Russia interfering in the 2016 presidential race, at times allegedly to help his candidacy.

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