Abdullah Antepli

Duke University

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Abdullah Antepli is chief representative of Muslim Affairs at Duke University.

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Americans look toward the presidency for moral leadership. But with Trump in office, many opponents see a moral failing. How are politics and religion mixing?

Religion, morality and the president

Americans look toward the presidency for moral leadership. But with Trump in office, many opponents see a moral failing. How are politics and religion mixing?

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