Trump and many of his evangelical enablers will huddle on Thursday for the National Day of Prayer, in the thick of more scandal surrounding his porn star hush-money payment.

Not only did Trump pay off a porn actress to cover up an affair on the eve of the 2016 election, but he and the White House have lied about it, ferociously, for months.

That’s just one of the revelations following Rudy Giuliani’s train-wreck interview with Fox News Wednesday night, and his repeat performance Thursday morning. Acting as Trump’s attorney, Giuliani conceded Trump and his advisers have been lying without pause about the $130,000 Stormy Daniels hush-money payment for months.

Now, guess who’s coming to the White House for a Trump visit on Thursday? Marking the National Day of Prayer, many of Trump’s religious supporters will be on hand as he signs an executive order “to ensure that the faith-based and community organizations that form the bedrock of our society have strong advocates in the White House and throughout the Federal Government,” according to the White House.

The signing will take place during a Rose Garden ceremony.

Will the encounter be awkward for the players involved? That’s hard to tell. Under normal circumstances, the stench of hypocrisy would be impossible to cover up.

But the fact remains that Trump has shown little concern for his lies and infidelities being exposed.

At the same time, so-called religious leaders from the white evangelical community continue to give Trump a complete pass, suggesting the fact that he paid hush money to cover up an extramarital affair with a porn actress while his wife was pregnant or giving birth to their son is completely irrelevant in terms of judging Trump’s moral compass.

“Evangelicals know they’re not compromising their beliefs in order to support this great president,” Pastor Robert Jeffress told Fox News after the Stormy Daniels story broke earlier this year. “And let’s be clear, evangelicals still believe in the commandment ‘Thou shalt not have sex with a porn star.’ However, whether this president violated that commandment or not is totally irrelevant to our support of him.”

By embracing Trump’s obvious sinful behavior, these evangelical leaders have exposed themselves as partisan political players, and nothing more.

Indeed, leaders from the evangelical community plan to sit down with Trump in June to discuss the Stormy Daniels story. But they’re not interested in the moral and ethical implications. They want to talk politics.

The leaders “will address mounting worries within the evangelical community that Trump’s sex scandals could suppress voter turnout among conservative Christians in the 2018 midterm elections” NPR reported. “Evangelical leaders have decided to put politics over prayer, and now they’re hoping to convince the rest of their movement to join them.”

Trump and his religious enablers will be showing exactly who they are at the White House on Thursday.