A Trump supporter Christianity is

Reply Mon 23 Nov, 2020 01:06 am
What is the subject of the sentence? A Trump supporter or Christianity? Or is the subject none other than "A Trump supporter or Christianity" - that is, the poster forgot to put "or" there?

Another possibility is: the subject is "A Trump supporter's Christianity".

crackedhead wrote:

That's all you have to quote about? Not the other truths that exists in a Trump supporters OBVIOUS anti-Christian head? A Trump supporter Christianity is what's going to make God destroy the world and make Revelation come true. I'm not sure I'd be proud of that. Being the bad guys and everything...

Source: monitoring Trump and relevant contemporary events
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Reply Mon 23 Nov, 2020 02:28 am
"A Trump supporter's Christianity".

I'm doing a little guessing, but I think "A trump supporter's" is sort of an adjective phrase describing a certain variety of Christianity.

That would make 'Christianity' the subject.
Reply Mon 23 Nov, 2020 04:16 am
More plainly: A Trump supporter's version of Christianity. It would make the version the subject.

Thank you.
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Reply Mon 23 Nov, 2020 05:23 am
There’s a word missing.

For a Trump supporter Christianity is......
Reply Mon 23 Nov, 2020 08:53 am
Right on. The editing is excellent.
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