As the GOP presidential campaign passes through the buckle of the Bible Belt, Donald Trump is expected to notch a win with the help of an unlikely constituency: Evangelical voters. They are apparently willing to look past what some see as Trump’s sometimes crude, often rude comments and behavior. Why are they doing this and how has the mainly Southern group embraced a brash Northerner? We take a closer look.
Dr. Scott Huffmon, Winthrop University
Tim Funk, faith and values reporter, The Charlotte Observer
Dr. Laura Olson, Clemson University