It seems that ultraconservative author Ann Coulter may have just lost it after watching President Donald Trump’s much talked about “fake news” press conference.
“Trump is already head of state,” Coulter tweeted. “After that press conference, in my eyes, he’s now head of church.”
This is surprising since Coulter is a known Presbyterian and should know better than to suggest someone other than Jesus is head of the church. The Bible specifically describes how Jesus Christ came to bring the Kingdom of God to Earth and in order to become a Christian you must declare “Jesus is lord.” (Romans 10:9 — “If you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved.”)
Coulter has claimed that “Christianity fuels everything I write,” so she probably just used the “head of church” line for internet viral effect. However, comments like this can be taken serious by many Christians who support Coulter, she did write ‘Godless: The Church of Liberalism.’
Coulter even described the president as “the emperor god Trump” during a radio interview that happened after her tweet, and it sounded like she was serious.