Have I get your attention? Truth to be told, I support Donald Trump because he is blond, and I love blond.
No, I really don’t.
Joke aside, I never like Donald Trump. I only knew Trump as a wealthy businessman who yells “You’re fired” in The Apprentice and mark (almost) everything he owns with his name. Even a narcissist like me cannot bear a narcissist as him.
When the late Gwen Ifill asked President Barack Obama why he had been avoiding saying “Trump,” he replied, “He seems to do a good job mentioning his own name. So, I figure, you know, I will let him do his advertising for him[self].”
Even though the blond has none of the characteristics that I favour (except I wish I can make that much fortune) , I do think that God has the authority and His reasons to get him elected. The fact that Trump was given the mandate to lead the “free” country, which was the destination of the great migration of Puritans, is undeniable.
God put him up there to remind us of a person who we are. He is just like you and me, a sinner, probably just worse. He serves as a live mirror, a reflection of whom we never want to be. To be honest, I think he should be the reason we should all unite as one humankind, instead to be broken apart by him.
Here is an article stating how ridiculous Donald Trump can be: 30 of the Most Outrageous Donald Trump Quotes.
Call for Action
This is a good few years (hopefully not more than one term) for us to reflect on ourselves and to serve other humans better. This is the time when we should not be divided but appreciate our diversity and work towards the common goals. This is the period when we shall learn about God’s will and His authority. As a conclusion, President Trump is the best example for us and later generations to learn from, of how to be a better human being that serves human kind and God’s kingdom as a whole.