Tennessee State Sen. Mark Green (R-Clarksville) may be the next secretary of the Army. He is an evangelical Christian, and was the medic for the special operations team that captured Saddam Hussein.
Green wrote a book about the mission called A Night with Saddam.
The nomination, however, is drawing criticism from liberal groups. They are pointing to Green’s legislative history as a state senator, in which he sponsored a bill that would have protected business owners from having to violate their moral or religious conscience and involuntarily participate in same-sex marriage ceremonies.
One of Greens tweets: “President Reagan’s legacy as a bold conservative leader is one I strive to live up to. ‘Man is not free unless government is limited.’”
The prayer team in the White House is expanding!
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