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Waiting for faith leaders to speak this afternoon outside St. John’s here in DC, right near the White House. Rev. William Barber and Bishop Mariann Budde, Bishop of the Episcopal diocese of Washington, are among those expected to speak and pray.

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"I've given up speaking to Pres. Trump. We need to replace President Trump." Bishop Mariann Edgar Budde of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington talks to @ABC  News amid uproar over Pres. Trump's photo op in front of St. John's Church.

The bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington sharply criticized Trump this week for staging a visit to the historic St. John's Church

"I was outraged by President Trump’s use of the Bible and the backdrop of St. John’s Church for his political purposes." writes Mariann Edgar Budde, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington

"I've given up speaking to Pres. Trump. We need to replace President Trump." Bishop Mariann Edgar Budde of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington talks to @rachelvscott  amid uproar over Pres. Trump's photo op in front of St. John's Church.

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MORE: The bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington said she was “outraged” by the president’s use of the historic episcopal church as a backdrop after breaking up the peaceful demonstration.

"I was outraged by President Trump’s use of the Bible and the backdrop of St. John’s Church for his political purposes," writes Mariann Edgar Budde, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington

"I've given up speaking to Pres. Trump. We need to replace President Trump." Bishop Mariann Edgar Budde of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington talks to @rachelvscott  amid uproar over Pres. Trump's photo op in front of St. John's Church.

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Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington, DC, Mariann Edgar Budde, speaks at a Solidarity Prayer Vigil near St. John’s Episcopal Church, where peaceful protesters were forcibly cleared away on Monday so Trump could hold a photo op 📸 Olivier Douliery and Jim Watson

"I was outraged by President Trump’s use of the Bible and the backdrop of St. John’s Church for his political purposes." writes Mariann Edgar Budde, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington

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Wow. Bishop Mariann Buddy of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington hammering @realDonaldTrump  for using her church for a photo op. “I can’t believe what my eyes are seeing tonight...what on earth did we just witness? The abuse of sacred symbols”

"The President just used a bible...and one of the churches of my diocese without permission as a backdrop for a message antithetical to the teachings of Jesus and everything that our churches stand for...I am outraged" - Bishop Mariann Edgar Budde, Episcopal Diocese of Washington

“This was a charade that...was meant to bolster a message that does nothing to calm the soul and to reassure the nation that we can recover from this moment,” Episcopal Diocese of Washington Bishop Mariann Edgar Budde says about President Trump’s photo op at St. John's church.

“I am the bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington and was not given even a courtesy call, that they would be clearing [the area] with tear gas so they could use one of our churches as a prop,” Budde said.

"The President just used a bible...and one of the churches of my diocese without permission as a backdrop for a message antithetical to the teachings of Jesus and everything that our churches stand for...I am outraged" - Bishop Mariann Edgar Budde, Episcopal Diocese of Washington

“I am the bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington and was not given even a courtesy call, that they would be clearing [the area] with tear gas so they could use one of our churches as a prop,” said Right Rev. Mariann Budde.

Bishop Mariann Edgar Budde of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington says Pres. Trump holding a Bible, after speaking with "militaristic overtones" and clearing a park filled with protesters was "antithetical to the teachings of Jesus and everything we as a church stand for."

"The President just used a bible...and one of the churches of my diocese without permission as a backdrop for a message antithetical to the teachings of Jesus and everything that our churches stand for...I am outraged" - Bishop Mariann Edgar Budde, Episcopal Diocese of Washington

The bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington sharply criticized President Trump for staging a visit to the fire-damaged St. John's Church across from the White House. The visit came after authorities had cleared the area of peaceful protesters.

“This was a charade that... was meant to bolster a message that does nothing to calm the soul and to reassure the nation that we can recover from this moment." - Bishop Mariann Edgar Budde of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington, DC, on President Trump’s photo op at a church.

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