Donald Trump made his Amished move and barn moves during his recent speech in Indiana and Wisconsin.
During the speech, Trump said the Amish “do not like the change in the rules” and would not be attending the next president’s inauguration.
The Amish are considered a “tolerant” denomination and do not object to the President’s actions in the way other religions do, Trump stated.
However, the move was met with opposition from some in the community who said they would prefer the President to leave them alone.
Trump, who is a former Amish, said he would like to see his community “live peacefully with our traditions.”
He added, “I have faith in the power of prayer and I believe in the goodness of our Lord Jesus Christ.”
He continued, “If you look at the history of our country, the Amishes were the original settlers, and they came here from England, from Scotland and from Wales.
I think they are great people.
They are very religious people.
And they are very peaceful.”