@itisme – Before exposing others to your attempts at Trumpist propaganda, I highly suggest you do a quick internet search to better educate yourself on your target subject matter. Since there is copious evidence available in various forms (direct quotes in videos, articles, tweets, etc) that clearly disprove your claims, I can only attribute your flagrantly false comments to willful ignorance.
Trump has been showered with incredulous boasts of God’s favor by adoring sycophants. Religious leaders, politicians and other prominent supporters have claimed Trump’s election as President was ordained by God. Trump has happily shared these sentiments, as evidenced by this Twitter feed. A simple Google search will provide you with ample references on this subject. To start, you should read Rick Perry’s GQ article and notorious conspiracy theorist Wayne Allen Root’s Messianic tweet, which is alluded to below. My response will focus on Trump’s own words.
Oddly, for a Trumpster, you obviously do not pay attention to your own dear leader’s own words. On 8/21/2019, Trump made a potentially sacrilegious remark, only a few hours after he retweeted a supporter’s Messianic proclamation that Israeli Jews “love him like he’s the King of Israel. They love him like he is the second coming of God.” Trump’s comment was made while he spoke about the trade war with China to reporters gathered at the White House. At one point during his off-the-cuff statement, Donald J Trump turned from the reporters, looked to heavens and proclaimed, “I am the Chosen One.”(continued…)