The Apostles’ Creed is one of the prayers most core to Christianity. It states in a few lines the basic narrative of Jesus’ life, is the statement of faith in one God, and is said daily by Christians across the globe.
On Wednesday, one Christian didn’t say it. And Twitter noticed.
Video from the funeral of former President George H.W. Bush showed a front row of presidents at the Washington National Cathedral, standing and reciting it along with the program, as the voice of Episcopal Bishop Michael Curry boomed through the speakers to the thousands of mourners. Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton, Barack Obama and their wives glanced up and down from the programs they held in front of them and spoke the prayer, along with everyone else visible in the video. The program, as is typical, calls for the prayer to be said in unison.
President Donald Trump stood, with his hands folded in front of him, waist-high, the…