When Donald Trump was elected President of the United States, having, myself, been worn down from all the constant attacks on him (despite my having told a brother-in-law that he would be next president of the US before he had even won the nomination and having been derided by him for it-I had a good laugh with him afterwards on that!) and been discouraged by the late polls that gave him almost no chance, I went to bed expecting to wake up to (uough!) President Clinton. The following morning, I was awakened by my good wife, telling me that Trump had won. My reply (in a just reawakened state, when my brain is rarely in top gear)? It was: "I hope they don't shoot him". JFK met his own fate, very likely for being too frank about insider subversion. What would Krushchev, himself not the most evil of Soviet leaders, although the bar wasn't set very high), have had to gain by assassinating JFK? Trump runs the same risks, but has survived thus far in spite of taking the Deep State on baldheadedly. There might be one reason for his survival, apart from the Grace of God, methinks. Does anyone remember at his inauguration when that little on-off parade of military men, I think they were marines, occurred seemingly out of nowhere and with no explanation, at least in the commentary that I heard. I took this as a message that certain forces for good, in the still extant noble body of the military, were making a statement that they had the President's back, with the implication that they would tolerate no Deep State/Democrat/Freemason/Media coup-d'etat. Of course, I'm probably raving. At the risk of sounding like a broken record, having written this several times before on this site, I am still fearful for the United States because of her puzzling absence from so many private prophecies of chastisements and end-times. To those who might counter that this might prove an indicator of falsity or inaccuracy of the predictions, I would assert that, since quite a few of these mutually consistent prophecies were made well into the rise to greatness of the United States, their not opportunistically integrating the US into their predictions is actually more a support for their credibility. We should pray for these United States.