From expanding restrictions on family planning funding to provoking war with Iran, the president's foreign policy reads like a wish list for many conservative evangelical Christians.
The open letter noted that many young people are leaving the church because they see Christianity being "hijacked by those who are thirsty for political power."
"We need to keep our shield up, and we need to keep our spear sharp," televangelist Frank Amedia said.
Evangelical leaders would "take the shameless conman [Trump] over the principles that they're preaching in the holy season as we celebrate Jesus," Sharpton said.
"And all of that arrogance and confidence and cockiness that you all see me use before, God is now using for him," the artist said.
The televangelist told her followers to send her their January paychecks last year, warning that those who did not obey would face "consequences" from God.
"And it's because he was against their one world government and this hatred is deeply inhuman," Irvan Baxter claimed.
"Stretch out your arm and deliver President Trump and rid him of any bondage the enemy would try to bring against him," the televangelist prayed.
A two-day conference held at Wheaton College in Illinois focused on how evangelical Christian students can improve their relationships with their Muslim counterparts.
"You can look at their eyes when they almost start foaming at the mouth," Pastor Perry Stone said.
Peter Wehner said misguided evangelical leaders believe Trump will "bring a gun to a cultural knife fight" during a CNN interview.
"My criticism of Bill Clinton in the nineties wasn't based on his personal behavior," Ralph Reed argued.
The believers wore t-shirts that boldly stated "Christ Lives!" and entered the stadium in the morning, using tools to barricade themselves inside and set up a makeshift church.
Erin Burnett also asked Jerry Falwell Jr. if he would continue supporting the president if allegations of rape became public.
"Evangelicals knew they weren't voting for an altar boy," Robert Jeffress said.