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Glenn Beck: 'No Real Christian' Would Vote for Trump

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By    |   Friday, 25 Mar 2016 08:47 AM

Conservative commentator Glenn Beck said he believes supporting Donald Trump for president goes against the tenets of Christian faith.

"No Christian, no real Christian — I don't mean a judgmental Christian, I mean somebody who is living their faith — no real Christian says, 'I want that guy. That guy is the one for me,'" said Beck on TheBlaze's "Glenn Beck Program."

Beck addressed the larger issue of whether Americans as a nation are living according to Christian values, saying, "There's no chance of saving us. Unless we reunite with our principles and do it with our neighbors."

If Americans are following Christian values, Beck asked, "Then why are we in so much trouble?"

"Somehow or the other, our side didn't catch that memo. We should be setting an example if we're actually living our Christian faith," he added.

Beck, a Mormon, is a supporter of Ted Cruz's campaign for president.

At a campaign stop for Cruz in Provo, Utah, Beck said he believes Cruz is a fulfillment of a Mormon prophecy, according to The Salt Lake Tribune.

That prophecy, according to Charisma News refers to the U.S. Constitution "hanging by a thread," and a "White Horse" coming in to save it. Although the prophecy is not part of Church of Latter-Day Saints canon, it is believed by many Mormons.

This is not the first time Beck has spoken against Trump. At a Cruz rally, Beck said the idea that Trump reads the Bible is "a crock," reports The Christian Post.

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