On June 21, Donald Trump has planned an invitation-only, closed-door meeting in New York with 500 evangelical leaders. Evangelicals have voted overwhelmingly Republican. But while Trump has some support in the conservative Christian community, there are also lingering concerns about his character and suitability to be president. Kim Lawton looks at evangelical divisions over Trump and the potential election fall-out.
Watch the opinions of Ralph Reeds (Faith and Freedom Coalition), Peter Wehner (Ethics and Public Policy Center), Russell Moore(Southern Baptist Convention), Samuel Rodriguez (National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference).