Those who insist on viewing Trump as a totally unprecedented politician are trying to talk themselves into is the notion that this giant juggernaut of government power we’ve built would be just fine, would be no threat at all, would work beautifully to improve everyone’s lives—if only the right, decent, “normal” people were in charge. They want to evade the fact that dishonesty, pandering, ambition, and vanity are built into the DNA of politics and politicians. — Robert Tracsinski in The Federalist
Tracsinski writes that Donald Trump is like other politicians, only more so. That’s a good reason why religions and politics don’t blend well, or shouldn’t blend at all.
Read the Federalist article: What If You Can’t Normalize Trump — Because He’s Already Normal?