Recently I wrote something that I need to amend for Christians who back Trump:
I don't think you have an idol in him. My questions may have sounded that way these last two years, but I would never accuse you of that. However --
I do think you sound afraid. And angry. A lot. (To be fair, so do some anti-Trump Christians.) That's where my questions come from. It sounds like like you expect Trump to save you from a host of boogeymen -- from terrorists to immigrants to the dreaded liberals. These are human beings, even the terrorists, and our response to them -- biblically -- should be different than the response of people watching the news or attending a rally.
We have the good news. I've tried to say that in everything I've written on this subject since November of 2015. We have the answers to the issues we face. There is no need to fear, particularly people.
This is not a wrestling match against a human opponent. We are wrestling with rulers, authorities, the powers who govern this world of darkness, and spiritual forces that control evil in the heavenly world. -- Ephesians 6:12
I know you know the difference between Trump and your actual Savior. It just sounds like (sometimes) that you don't. I love you and I know you will tell me when I sound fearful, too.