Trump Says He ‘Needs God Even More’ as President

During an interview with The Brody File on Friday, Donald Trump said he thinks he need God even more due to the office of the President of the United States as he now needs to deal with “questions of massive life and death.”

“Well, I’ll tell you what. I’ve always felt the need to pray. And you know that … So, I would say that the office is so powerful that you need God even more, because your decisions are no longer gee, I’m going to build a building in New York, or I’m going to do this. These are questions of massive life and death, even with regard to health care,” Trump told CBN journalist David Brody.

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5 thoughts on “Trump Says He ‘Needs God Even More’ as President”

  1. I suggest he start with the book of Proverbs.
    That appears to be an owner’s manual for human beings.
    I am glad he is praying. Now if God will answer those prayers by giving him proper direction he will be a great President.
    What is needed to fix the Health Care system in this country is going to take a genius level person.
    The problem I see is nothing is free. Even for someone “qualified by congress” as poor.
    So you pick the pockets of those in the working class of this nation to pay for everything? That does not work.
    Some one today on Care Source as an example has better coverage than someone that has worked hard all their life.
    The Democrats have set up a system rewarding people for not working.
    That simply does not do justice to the people that do work.
    How can a person work hard, save money, and this for a lifetime only to end up on welfare within 3 months of getting an illness? Because that is how it works right now.
    I suggest that whatever we do, it needs to include the people that work for a living and protect their life savings from being demolished by these socialist idiots.
    The current system does not work. Neither does it protect the class of people that do work.
    I think Trump needs a Chaplin in the White House to discuss what he should and should not do.
    IF it were me? I would have four Chaplins representing the major world religions. I would have obviously a Jewish, Catholic, and Protestant person educated in their faiths. Right now we need a Muslim as well. Down the road I would have other religions represented as well on this council. Simply because the heart of a people is in those that represent their faith.
    I would set up a council also of previous people who have held the job of both President and Vice President.
    It would be with the understanding that any decisions made will be made by the current President. No hard feelings intended.
    That would include the Bushes, the Clintons, The Carters, and their Vice Presidents when possible.
    There is a bank of wisdom here. It needs to advise the current people in charge as to how to get the job done right.
    Not all decisions are along party lines. But having their input at the highest level will bring this country together.
    The difficult decisions have to be made by the President. He just needs input as to what all the ways of doing things will be.

  2. He’s got a lot to learn about controlling the tongue and speaking with wisdom. Let’s hope he does. He, at least, seems to be thinking about it. He knows how to speak provocatively in order to get lots of press attention, and it’s refreshing that he doesn’t cower to only say what is politically correct; but he’s spent his entire life boasting more than any other man on earth about how great he is and saying things intentionally designed to be as provocative as possible. Let’s hope he’s a little humbled by the size and importance of the position, but mostly by the trust people have been willing to put in him in order to lift him to that position. So far, his only tools seem to be a sledge hammer and a megaphone. Speak loudly and carry a big hammer.

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