Christians: What About Trump’s F-Bomb?

Posted on December 14, 2021


By David Ettinger

I’m sure you know the story by now.

During an interview for a book about U.S.-Israel relations during his presidency, former President Donald Trump lashed out against former-Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

What was the P.M.’s crime? When Joe Biden was officially declared the winner of the Presidential election between he and Mr. Trump, Mr. Netanyahu called the President-elect to congratulate him. This, quite simply, was a mere – and expected – act of diplomacy.

However, Mr. Trump didn’t see it this way. According to Barak Ravid, author of the upcoming book and the one who interviewed Mr. Trump, the ex-President said this:

The first person that congratulated [Biden] was Bibi Netanyahu,
the man that I did more for than any other person I dealt with.
… Bibi could have stayed quiet. He has made a terrible mistake.
(From the Axios website. I’m not including the link
because it spells out an obscene word.)

When later asked if Mr. Trump and Mr. Netanyahu are still allies, Mr. Trump said this: “I haven’t spoken to him since. F**k him.”

And this on top of Mr. Trump using bad language during his post-presidential political speeches.

So, fellow Bible-believing, Evangelical Christians, my question to you is this: Do you really want Mr. Trump to run for President in 2024?

My answer is, Please, no!

I’m all for a Ron DeSantis-Nikki Haley ticket. I also favor Tim Scott and Mike Pence.

What do you think?