There he goes again:
Presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump on Tuesday questioned the faith of Hillary Clinton and President Barack Obama, insinuating that neither may really be a Christian.
Well, no surprise there. Trump is only following the rabid radical right wing's habit of questioning everyone's faith, except their own. They spend the week insulting and denigrating other people's claims to their faiths, then on Sundays brag about how "Christian" they are by putting up Bible verses on their blogs. They are the definition of pharisaical hypocrites.
Check in on any rabid radical right wing blog or news site, and you'll find them accusing President Obama of being a "secret Muslim," an agnostic, or an atheist. The bottom-feeders don't believe Mr. Obama is a Christian, but they accept Don the Con's transparent pandering on his Christianity. Two Corinthians? At one point in his campaign for the nomination, he was asked what his favorite Bible verses were. He responded by claiming it was too personal a question. But questioning other people's faith isn't too personal? Well he's a narcissistic jerk, so he's not self-aware of his galloping hypocrisy. However, his hypocrisy gets lapped up by the "true Christians" who see nothing wrong with and accept his obvious lies.
Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton is a lifelong Methodist who CAN quote her favorite Bible verses, and often does.
But we're not surprised to read another instance of Don the Con's attack on Hillary's and President Obama's faith. He's only continuing one of the rabid radical right wingers' favorite past time: Casting doubt on other people's faith while bragging about what good "Christians" they are.