Trump: Romney Should Talk More about His Faith

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Business mogul Donald Trump said Mitt Romney should talk more about his Mormon faith, not less.

Trump spoke to CBN News while in Florida this week to receive the Sarasota GOP Statesman of the Year Award.

He has endorsed Mitt Romney and has been raising a lot of money for his campaign.

CBN News Chief Political Correspondent David Brody asked him if Romney should talk about the humanitarian aspect to his faith.

"I really think he should, I think what he's done is amazing," he replied.

"I think the fact that he gives so much money back to his church is an amazing thing," Trump said. "They don't want to add that back to his taxes because frankly, people do that and they like to talk about it."

"He is a wonderful man, he is a wonderful person, and he doesn't like to be braggadocios, but I would say certainly, certainly he gives a tremendous amount, millions and millions back to his church," he continued. "And I would say that I think he should talk about it. But that's up to him."

Overall, Trump is a big Romney supporter.

"He is a really smart guy that's going to do an amazing job as president. He loves this country, he also has a lot of heart. He's not going to hurt people, he's going to save people, he's not going to hurt people," Trump said.

Trump was originally scheduled to speak at the GOP convention but Tropical Storm Isaac changed his plans along with those of many others.

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