Something Donald Trump  doesn’t embrace America will never be great again, if we are not first good again.

Donald Trump is widely known as the presidential candidate and businessman who promises to “Make America Great Again”.
It’s time for Republicans of all stripes and Evangelicals in particular to meet Donald Trump, The King of Sleaze.
In 2013, when Mr. Trump owned the Taj Mahal Casino in Atlantic City he brought the first strip club to the area’s casinos. Who thought that the gambling ghetto could be brought to a new low? Donald Trump figured out how to do it.
The reportedly $ 25 million, 36,000 square feet of “adult” entertainment within the casino featured “modified lap dancing” and women stripping down to G-strings and pasties, among other live porn activities. The casino is no longer owned by Trump (he filed for bankruptcy, leaving others with millions upon millions of his debt and losses), but the Trump Taj Mahal still bares the Trump name. So the man who seeks to have his name associated with the White House will still have his name proudly associated with a Casino that degrades and debases women.
As a frequent guest on The Howard Stern show for many years, Trump repeatedly and consistently spewed pornographic sleaze and advocated a sexually immoral lifestyle, while proudly living one himself. Many of them can be heard through links on, which broke the most comprehensive story on Trump’s Stern interviews to date. What you will discover is that Trump often rated women on scale of 1 to 10 according to their looks. He said, for instance, that “A person who is very flat-chested is very hard to be a 10.” He also repeatedly talked about how he could “do” famous women if he chose to, used crude language to describe females, and played the International Playboy role to perfection. Listen to the audio and prepare to be sickened.

( Meet Donald Trump: The King of Sleaze )

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  • onereasonableperson  On February 29, 2016 at 10:26 pm

    It’s not clear to me, but are you professing to be a Christian? Or are you simply trying to address a secular post to a Christian audience?

    Either way, I’ve always thought that the Christian ethos was to condemn a person’s actions as sinful and to do so while coming from a place of love. Your methodology of condemning the man as “The King of Sleaze” seems far removed from any scriptural basis.

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