But, consider the scene at the March of Life. Thousands of school children, many educated in Catholic or other Christian schools, will be in attendance. They are impressionable. Many speakers will rightly praise Trump’s record and thank him for addressing the march. But it will be very easy to slip into praising the man more broadly. That will be a morally confusing message to the young pro-lifers there.
Trump cheated on all three of his wives and bragged about it. He may have also cheated on his current wife with a porn star — and, either way, he used his sketchy, unethical lawyers to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars to cover it up. He has bragged about sexually assaulting women and walking in on young women in the changing rooms of beauty pageants.
He constantly displays the very character traits we all try to make sure our children never acquire. Trump is what Christian parents raise their sons not to be.
Confusingly, he also happens to advance many policies that protect Christians from the state and protect the unborn from abortion.