Trump accuses Democrats of 'anti-Catholic bigotry' at annual Alfred E. Smith dinner | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Trump accuses Democrats of 'anti-Catholic bigotry' at annual Alfred E. Smith dinner

President Trump promoted his Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett and accused Democrats of “anti-Catholic bigotry” during remarks Thursday at a virtual annual dinner hosted by the New York Archdiocese to raise money for Catholic charities.

Trump, who delivered prerecorded remarks to the 75th Annual Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner just after Democratic nominee Joe Biden made his own, opened by discussing the U.S. response to the novel coronavirus but moved to more explicitly political remarks as he raised the issue of the Supreme Court.

“To protect your God-given rights, I was recently honored to nominate one of our most brilliant legal minds, Judge Amy Coney Barrett, to the United States Supreme Court, and that was an honor indeed,” Trump said.

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