President Donald Trump is expected to sign a highly controversial executive order on religious freedom on Thursday, just as the nation observes the National Day of Prayer, according to a report by Politico.

Trump’s signature on the religious liberty executive order is expected to be a big win for Vice President Mike Pence, who had pushed for a similar religious-freedom legislation during his times as Indiana governor but had failed.

An earlier draft of the same order was leaked to The Nation on Feb. 1, sparking intense criticism over its broad exemptions for people and groups to claim religious objections under almost any circumstance. The credit for the original draft to be turned down was given to Trump’s daughter Ivanka Trump and son-in-law Jared Kusher, according to the Politico report, as they were pushing for a more LGBT-friendly approach.

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Pence, however, began to work on revising the language of the order and according to the report, has been able to put enough pressure on the president to sign it. The White House was expected to host a number of faith leaders, Thursday, to celebrate the National Day of Prayer, and the signing of the executive order seems like the logical step for the president on the day.

The publication cited two senior administration officials confirming that the executive order, after “reviewing and fine-tuning the draft language” was set to be signed Thursday. However, a source told Politico that despite the February leak, the language in the text remains “very, very strong.”

According to the documents released earlier in the year, the executive order looks to allowing individuals and organizations to disengage from activities that “violate their conscience,” which includes refusal to cover contraceptives if it is against their beliefs.

The draft had also protected the tax-exempt status of any religious entity that “believes, speaks, or acts (or declines to act) in accordance with the belief that marriage is or should be recognized as the union of one man and one woman.” Other problematic features were that entities that believed that an “individual’s immutable biological sex as objectively determined by anatomy” and “that human life begins at conception and merits protection at all stages of life,” were covered under the religious freedom order.

If enforced, the order would allow adoption agencies who receive federal funding to discriminate against same-sex couples, or allow federal employees the right “to refuse on religious grounds to process applications” of same-sex couples, according to the initial leak.

The executive order would also establish a new bureau to protect “religious freedom,” within the Justice Department.

Signing the executive order is expected to pull Trump up in the eyes of his conservative voters who had been uneasy over his spending bill that keeps federal funding in place for Planned Parenthood.

The American Civil Liberties Union, however, has warned the Trump administration that it will take strong action if the rights of the LGBT community are infringed upon by the president’s new executive order.