Donald Trump is following in the footsteps of Ted Cruz and Rand Paul, trying to ingratiate himself with the Christian right folks in Iowa, perhaps in anticipation of a presidential run in 2016. And he’s trying really, really hard to strike a pose as a good Christian:
Trump said he is a “pro-life,” “very, very, pro-family” Christian. “I’m a Presbyterian and a good one,” Trump elaborated. “A lot of people ask me about my children, how did you get them so they’re not drinkers and they’re not on drugs and you know lots of good things.”
Plus, he has a “great relationship with the church” and people love him: “Tickets are going at a rate like they’ve never gone before, maybe it’s one of the other candidates but you know what, I doubt it.” “I know some of the people that are candidates and the Republicans are not going to be winning with these people,” Trump continued.
And he’s only been married one less time than Rush Limbaugh. I don’t think I’ll ever get tired of pointing and laughing at these guys claiming to be “pro-family.” This guy trades in his blond trophy wife on a newer model — literally — every decade or so. He’s so “pro-family” he’s created several of them.