Some good Christians have the erroneous idea that if one votes for a given candidate, then they support and approve of everything about that candidate. That is so overly simplistic as to be intellectually and morally dishonest. I've even heard it said that some won't vote for Trump because he doesn't meet their "standards". So does that mean our personal "standards" should be held above the good of millions of people? What kind of "standards" allow for that? Upon what are these "standards" based?
I post now two articles, excellent in their moral treatment of this question: the first is from Town Hall, and the second addresses Catholic questions. Below now is a Stoplight video on the matter. Please get out and vote for Trump.