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Dude -- Most of us have no problem with religious people of any denomination, and certainly not me. You can practice your religious beliefs in any way you want to, but when you start trying to impose your beliefs on me through government policies, then you'll get push back from me and a whole bunch of others including religious people.
The point that Dutch has made that many people like Trump are not truly religious or if they are they worship some kind of money god. I happen to know quite well the teachings of Jesus because my mother taught them to me and she lived her life that way. She was also married to my father, an atheist, and they stayed true to each their entire lives until their deaths. I never saw either of them criticize the other for their beliefs. What I learned from them is religious tolerance.
While my mother was a faithful Christian, she never pushed her views onto others, except perhaps her children, but even then my brothers and sisters and I saw that we had a choice from two influential role models in our lives. When I look at so called Christians, very few of them measure up to my mother. I call many of them hypocrites because they do not live their lives according to the very scriptures they are so determined to push onto me and others.
Donald Trump is the biggest phony of them all, yet he conned some 80 percent of evangelicals to vote for him. Hillary Clinton was a hell of a better role model for Christians than Trump whose selfishness, greed and "bearing false witness" on anyone who disagrees with him would make the devil proud to vote for him.