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Donald Trump Says No Leader Should “question another man’s religion,” Yet He’s Done So Many Times


by Lowell

Donald Trump today: “No leader, especially a religious leader, should have the right to question another man’s religion or faith.”

Donald Trump previously:

2/12/16: TRUMP: ‘How can Ted Cruz be an evangelical Christian when he lies so much and is so dishonest?’
12/14/15: Donald Trump Questions Ted Cruz’s Evangelical Faith
9/18/15: Donald Trump’s history of suggesting Obama is a Muslim (many examples, going back years, such as suggesting in 2011 that Barack Obama’s birth certificate might say he’s a Muslim)
9/18/15: Donald Trump fails to correct man calling Obama a Muslim and ‘not even American’ – video
9/27/12: Donald Trump tweet — “Does Madonna know something we all don’t about Barack? At a concert she said ‘we have a black Muslim in the White House.'”

P.S. It’s worth noting that “JEB” Bush, who the corporate media likes to claim is some sort of moderate, the sane one in the wacko 2016 GOP presidential field, answered “no” to the question of whether Trump’s a Christian a few weeks ago.

  • Dan Sullivan

    “Right” to question?

    What does that mean?

    So very revealing that for the first time he did not speak extemporaneously. He carefully read from his “notes.”

    This Pope has knocked him off his high horse.

    • It’s just amazing how little self awareness Trump has — or maybe he just doesn’t give a crap. I mean, this guy questioned President Obama’s citizenship, religion, you name it, yet he says it’s horrible for the Pope to say (the factually correct statement) that someone with his beliefs is not a Christian? Utter douchebag, can’t believe anyone supports him.

      • Dan Sullivan

        Unfortunately, another pseudo-Christian stands to benefit most from this turn of events. Cruz seems to have had planted in his head that he is the second coming while he is much more akin to an anti-Christ figure.