But then he imposed abortion and morning after pills, among other things, on Christians through their insurance, and refused to let them stand for their religious beliefs in regard to service--refusing to make wedding cake for gays, e.g. But, it was one-sided. If you weren't Christian, you could use almost anything as a reason to sue for discrimination.
This is not the first time Trump has questioned a candidate’s religion. In 2011, Trump floated the possibility that President Barack Obama, whose path to Christianity is well-documented, could be a Muslim. At the gathering, Trump also made the broader claim that Clinton would not protect religious liberty.
The last republican president, Geo "I'm An Idiot" Bush has cost the American tax pay over fifteen trillion in debt. That's based on the two wars, bank deregulation financial collapse and massive tax cuts for the rich and their corporations. A lot of that debt continues to grow as the tax laws have not been changed. Deregulation is still a big push for republicans leaving way for future financial chaos.
The improbable journey goes on. What Barack Obama always regarded as the unlikeliest of political odysseys will now be allowed to run its full measure. By a clearer margin than many of his supporters had dared hope, the people of the United States voted to let their 44th president finish what he had started.