I disagree with the negative text comments introducing this video. I am Catholic but respect these religious leaders from other faith organizations. One can disagree with religious belief, but should not ridicule others beliefs. One can with honor criticize the violent religions that assault others in this more enlightened era in which we now live.I disagree with the negative characterization of the original posting individual. I shared this to show that Trump and these people were relating with each other. They should be able, to some degree, to recognize disingenuousness coming from the candidate.
I believe he has some record of church. He is getting perhaps an unfair level of scrutiny and criticism on the point. We are, after all, not electing a religious leader.
What is actually happening, of course, is that many people of faith saw a chance at a presumably very Christian president and now see it possibly slipping away. Some, perhaps the stronger, are handling it reasonably well; the average, yet good folks, are forgetting their manners a bit; still others are throwing hissy-fits, coming unglued, throwing tantrums, and such. It just shows that being Christian does not mean perfection as all people are flawed (according to our own Christian beliefs).
The sad part is that many do not understand how the system works, has to work until someone figures out something better; and I'm not sure that is possible. They are willing to put the nation at risk for pettiness, pride, selfishness, their concept of being principled (not necessarily accurate), and ideologies that can never totally function in the real world full of diverse peoples. My gosh, the various Early American Colonies, based upon religious principles and containing citizens of the same faith background, could not always get along. For various reasons, none survive today.