Pastor Robert Jeffress said Americans must focus on President Trump's accomplishments thus far, and not on the media's "manufactured Comey crisis."

Jeffress, of the First Baptist Church of Dallas, Texas, said that Evangelicals in particular should concentrate on all Trump has done in his first 100 days.

He specifically pointed to Trump's nomination of Justice Neil Gorsuch and his move endorsing Tenth Amendment guidelines that allow states to defund Planned Parenthood.

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"We need to concentrate on these real accomplishments instead of being distracted by the manufactured Comey crisis generated and propagated by the media," he said.

Jeffress added that Americans must separate what they know about Trump's term, from what they do not know.

He said that after a year of investigating, nothing substantive has been found linking Trump to Russian interests.

Jeffress said liberals and his detractors in the media are mounting a "monumental effort" to "paralyze" Trump's conservatvie agenda.

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