- President Donald Trump's press secretary Kayleigh McEnany is finding strength in a gospel song by a Nigerian artist, Sinach
- Her action comes amidst tension as the presidential election results are being collated
- McEnany acknowledges that God is a way-maker and miracle worker, suggesting that it is time for Him to perform wonders in favour of President Trump
- Sinach's Way Maker is a hit song globally and has been covered by many artists
As the results of the United States presidential election are being collated, President Donald Trump's press secretary, Kayleigh McEnany, has gone spiritual with Sinach's hit song, Way Maker.
Sinach is an award-winning Nigerian gospel artist whose hit song has been translated to over 50 languages and covered by many artists globally.
McEnany understands that the battle for the White House is getting tougher and decided to find strength in Way Maker.
She tweeted on Monday, November 3:
“You are Way maker, Miracle worker, Promise keeper, Light in the darkness! My God, that is who You are!” - Sinach
President Trump is running under the umbrella of the Republican Party while former vice president Joe Biden is contesting for president on the platform of the Democratic Party.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that a woman in the United States identified as Ruth Graham-Ray celebrated her 108th birthday by voting in the presidential election.
The centenarian's godson, Michael Blaylock, said the event marked the 22nd time Ray had voted in a United States presidential election. The woman hopes to inspire everyone to get out and vote as if their life depends on it.
According to Blaylock, the woman said exercising her right to vote is still important to her at the age of 108, nobody has any excuse not to vote.
Also in election news, First Lady of the US Melania Trump reportedly donned a half-a-million-rand outfit on election day. Melania can be seen wearing a sleeveless Gucci dress as she left Palm Beach, Florida yesterday. She paired the dress with a designer Hermes bag and Christian Louboutin heels.
The dress alone is estimated to have cost $6 275 (over R100 000), while the Hermes Kelly bag is worth around $23 680 (over R382 000) and the Louboutin heels cost around $900 (over R14 000). That makes the entire outfit over $30 000 (nearly R500 000).
While the cost of her outfit is insane, many social media users mentioned the print of her dress and her lack of a face mask.
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