Kim Clement Prophesied Trump’s Presidency Years Before His Election

Kim Clement Prophesied Trump’s Presidency Years Before His Election

"American Adversaries Radio" host Christopher Hart recently interviewed me about the prophecies predicting Trump’s presidency, which go as far back as 2007. Listen to hear what Kim Clement, Chuck Pierce and others prophesied about the president.

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Episode Notes

 

The Strang Report

With Stephen Strang

American Adversaries Radio host Christopher Hart recently interviewed me about the prophecies predicting Trump’s presidency, which go as far back as 2007.

Listen to hear what Kim Clement, Chuck Pierce and others prophesied about the president.

Introduction

This is Stephen Strang. I want to introduce my listeners to Charisma magazine if you don't already get it. Or if you do get it, you could respond to this special offer and we will continue your subscription into the future. The offer is to give you both of my books on Donald Trump: God and Donald Trump and the new one. Trump Aftershock. These are a value of just less than $50 plus two years of Charisma, which costs around $40. You can get the whole package for only $39. Let me repeat, you get both of my best-selling books, and two years of Charisma for only $39. All you have to do is go to this site: Trumpbooks.charismamag.com. I hope that you'll take advantage of it because it's a good offer. It's my way to try to connect you with Charisma, and also get more copies of my book out there. Thank you for listening to the Strang Report. And here's my episode:

Stephen Strang: I've given a lot of interviews about Donald Trump. I've been on a lot of TV shows and radio programs. In fact, the staff figured out one day that I've done media over 50 times on each of the books. This was a radio interview that I did with Christopher Hart. It’s called American Adversaries Radio, and it was just a lot of fun. I said to the staff, hey, why don't we ask them if we can use it. They said they were glad for us to use it. Yesterday, I did the first part of the interview. These guys were a lot of fun and we talked about a lot of things. Then we came to the commercial break and I thought, hey, that's a good way to cut off the podcast. So, we're going to pick up ow and I'm going to talk about Trump the disruptor, and talk about how sometimes people on the other side accuse those of us who stand for values as wanting to create a theocracy. I address that. I think that you'll enjoy this interview from American Adversaries Radio with Christopher Hart.

 

·         Read the Strang Report: How Kim Clement, Chuck Pierce Prophesied Trump’s Presidency Years Before His Election

·         Part 1: Why Donald Trump Supports Public Prayer More Than Any Other President in Recent History

·         Listen to Part 1 of the Podcast

 

Christopher Hart: Our guest today, Stephen Strang … fascinating conversation, fascinating books and you can get his books God and Donald Trump and Trump Aftershock at donaldtrumpbook.com. They're lovely books, great pictures, great reads. As I said, God and Donald Trump will actually give you goosebumps as you're reading because as I said, we had the feeling that something special was happening, Stephen. But as you began to investigate it, you discovered that a lot of other people had the same feeling.

Stephen Strang: Probably the first thing for me was what I was telling you about that video. I asked my friend, Don Nori, to write about it. We did a blog on it, and he talked about how people in places like Pennsylvania, where he lived, were looking for change and that he felt somehow God was raising up Donald Trump. I just thought that was very interesting. I just kind of put it in the back of my mind. Like I said earlier, I was a Ted Cruz guy. It wasn't just that group. Kim Clement, who has since died, as far back as 2007, prophesied that God would raise up a disruptor; a disruptor that would be elected for two terms. Then, Chuck Pierce, who's respected in charismatic circles, was saying that he felt that God was going to use the Trump card. Over time, he began to understand that that word picture was that Donald Trump would be elected. He is a prophet with a lot of accuracy, and I know this is controversial. When I put it in the book, I expected to get blasted. But you know, even people that don't believe have been respectful, and they've thought like, hmm, maybe there's something to this. But Chuck Pierce, he told my wife and me over dinner in 2008 that Barack Obama would be elected, and that ruined our dinner. So, when he said that Donald Trump is going to win … and also there was a fellow who lives not far from here named Mark Taylor … a very different kind of thing. In fact, they made a movie about it. The other was Lance Wallnau, and we had documented these.

Sometimes there are prophecies and they're kind of general like the Lord will be nice to you or something. Or something will happen and somebody says, well, the Lord showed it to him, but there isn't a lot of documentation. So, I put it online very, very specifically. Then we put it in Charisma magazine. I wanted it on the record. Everybody was saying he would lose. But I thought, you know what, if the Lord is speaking, I want to put it out there. And if Donald Trump loses, I'll say, I was wrong. No, I'm sorry. I actually went up to the election night party because of the prophecies. Darrell Scott, who is one of the first in that group in 2012, invited me to go. He didn't have to ask me twice. I was a little nervous, I'll admit, flying up to New York. But I thought if the Lord has spoken, he is going to win and I want to be there for that very special … and it was a wonderful experience. Later on, I went to the inauguration. My friend, Scott Plakon, who's a legislator, he went with me and we had a lot of fun. Then the books on Trump started coming out. Roger Stone was the first one. He’s e's the one that is in all the trouble now, but he wrote The Making of a President. We had written one, there are some other books. None of them mentioned the evangelical part of the election.

The evangelical vote, 82 percent, was the deciding margin for Donald Trump. A lot of them stayed home when Mitt Romney ran. Let’s face it. So, they didn't write about it. I felt there was an untold story that we had told in Charisma magazine. I also interviewed the president, that was in there. When I switched over from Cruz. I went all out. I thought, I only have limited influence, but I do have influence in certain circles. And I'm going to use every tool I can, every platform I have to try to get this man elected. It wasn't as much that I liked Donald Trump as I despised Hillary Clinton. I just felt that it would have been an absolute disaster. As bad as Obama was, she would have been times 10 times worse, partly because she is just corrupt. Thankfully, the Lord spared us from that. So, I felt there was an untold story. A lot of what's in the book was stuff that was in Charisma magazine and online. In fact, we had another thing you might be interested in. There's a pastor named Jim Garlow, and he's a very articulate pastor. He's very politically active. He's various astute. And a friend of his on Facebook wrote him and said, I can't stand Hillary Clinton, but I don't like Donald Trump at all. What do I do? And he wrote a little answer on Facebook, and it got like 12,000 shares. And he thought, hmm, I might have something here. So, he sent around to a few his friends and said you might be interested. When I saw it, I said, I need to get this as a blog. Take out the stuff about Facebook. But it was an apologetic on why to vote for Donald Trump, even if you didn't like them. Part of it was the platform., part of it was the alternative. There were several different things. And that got 4.2 million shares. We have never had anything go viral like that. Someone even called it to Donald Trump's attention. But it was so persuasive that I actually used it in the book as an example of kind of what had happened.

Christopher Hart: I'm surprised that Muehler didn't put it in this report is being done by the Russians. By the way, how can people subscribe to Charisma?

Stephen Strang: They can go to charismamag.com. It's just short for Charisma magazine. Subscriptions are still holding up, people still like print. Of course, we reach probably 200,000 in print. We reach, depending on the month, four or five million online. So, there's a lot more exposure online. We're trying to change everybody else is. But we got a great response to God and Donald Trump. You probably saw the picture. The president even held it up. It opened all kinds of doors for me. I had never been on any of these secular shows. They didn't invite me on because they liked me or like my books. They were looking for an evangelical that would badmouth the President. They picked the wrong one when they picked me.

Christopher Hart: As a matter of fact, John Edward Jones is Stephen’s friend who got him here today. But yes, you were on CNN and MSNBC as well.

Stephen Strang: And of course, FOX. My wife told me I shouldn't do it. She says it's like going into a pit of vipers. And she's probably right. But you know what? I thought, what could they do to me? They're not going to fire me. They're not going to bring criminal charges. I'm going to lose no subscribers. If they attacked me, everyone's gonna like me better in my circles. So, I went on and the Lord actually gave me opportunities to actually preach the gospel to them. I didn't really expect to. But that was the week that Stormy Daniels was on. Do you remember Stormy? It happened to be Easter week. So, somehow talking to an evangelical was their nod toward Easter week. It was very strange. I was on, on Good Friday and Easter both, and a couple of days before that. But Cameron Allison Camerata starts by asking how can evangelicals who believe in marriage, and all these things, how can they support this buffoon sinner? She didn't say it like that, of course, but that's what she meant. I said, first of all, I don't approve of those behaviors and Christians don't approve of it. It’s not about that. It's about his policies. I named two or three of his policies, including the Supreme Court and so forth. And I said also, that stuff was a long time ago, and I believe he's changed, like we talked about a few minutes ago. She says, how has he changed. I said, on live national television, I believe he has accepted Christ. I thought, I can't believe I just said that. So, I very quickly said, I don't know that firsthand. But I've talked to people who prayed with them. And I said, every Christian knows what it is to be forgiven. Every Christian has done at least one thing they would not want on the front page of the newspaper, if they were running for office or something.

And I said, they can understand and forgive Donald Trump if he's asked for forgiveness. Then she says, don't you have to ask for forgiveness because remember, they tried to trick him. He's not a theologian, and who knows why he said he'd never asked for forgiveness. And I said, first of all, that's between him and God. But she says, doesn't your Bible say you have to ask for forgiveness? I said, Allison, I'm glad you're quoting the Bible. So, the Lord gave me opportunities and you know what? She was basically respectful. I think she didn't know what to say. I was speaking truth and I kept going back to the policies that are so important. She says, well, aren't evangelicals looking the other way with all these things, you know, like stormy Daniels? I said, no more than the press did with Jack Kennedy and LBJ and Bill Clinton. She didn't know what to say to me. So, it was a good experience. I wrote about those things in Trump Aftershock, which is, in a way, a continuation of God and Donald Trump. With God and Donald Trump, there was more miracles, there was more prophecy. With the second book, it was more about politics and policies and accomplishments. We listed the accomplishments. There's an appendix in there with 500 of his accomplishments. There are over 600 footnotes. I think I was trying to prove my mettle as far as it came to the literary world.

 

 

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Episode Notes

 

The Strang Report

With Stephen Strang

American Adversaries Radio host Christopher Hart recently interviewed me about the prophecies predicting Trump’s presidency, which go as far back as 2007.

Listen to hear what Kim Clement, Chuck Pierce and others prophesied about the president.

Introduction

This is Stephen Strang. I want to introduce my listeners to Charisma magazine if you don't already get it. Or if you do get it, you could respond to this special offer and we will continue your subscription into the future. The offer is to give you both of my books on Donald Trump: God and Donald Trump and the new one. Trump Aftershock. These are a value of just less than $50 plus two years of Charisma, which costs around $40. You can get the whole package for only $39. Let me repeat, you get both of my best-selling books, and two years of Charisma for only $39. All you have to do is go to this site: Trumpbooks.charismamag.com. I hope that you'll take advantage of it because it's a good offer. It's my way to try to connect you with Charisma, and also get more copies of my book out there. Thank you for listening to the Strang Report. And here's my episode:

Stephen Strang: I've given a lot of interviews about Donald Trump. I've been on a lot of TV shows and radio programs. In fact, the staff figured out one day that I've done media over 50 times on each of the books. This was a radio interview that I did with Christopher Hart. It’s called American Adversaries Radio, and it was just a lot of fun. I said to the staff, hey, why don't we ask them if we can use it. They said they were glad for us to use it. Yesterday, I did the first part of the interview. These guys were a lot of fun and we talked about a lot of things. Then we came to the commercial break and I thought, hey, that's a good way to cut off the podcast. So, we're going to pick up ow and I'm going to talk about Trump the disruptor, and talk about how sometimes people on the other side accuse those of us who stand for values as wanting to create a theocracy. I address that. I think that you'll enjoy this interview from American Adversaries Radio with Christopher Hart.

 

·         Read the Strang Report: How Kim Clement, Chuck Pierce Prophesied Trump’s Presidency Years Before His Election

·         Part 1: Why Donald Trump Supports Public Prayer More Than Any Other President in Recent History

·         Listen to Part 1 of the Podcast

 

Christopher Hart: Our guest today, Stephen Strang … fascinating conversation, fascinating books and you can get his books God and Donald Trump and Trump Aftershock at donaldtrumpbook.com. They're lovely books, great pictures, great reads. As I said, God and Donald Trump will actually give you goosebumps as you're reading because as I said, we had the feeling that something special was happening, Stephen. But as you began to investigate it, you discovered that a lot of other people had the same feeling.

Stephen Strang: Probably the first thing for me was what I was telling you about that video. I asked my friend, Don Nori, to write about it. We did a blog on it, and he talked about how people in places like Pennsylvania, where he lived, were looking for change and that he felt somehow God was raising up Donald Trump. I just thought that was very interesting. I just kind of put it in the back of my mind. Like I said earlier, I was a Ted Cruz guy. It wasn't just that group. Kim Clement, who has since died, as far back as 2007, prophesied that God would raise up a disruptor; a disruptor that would be elected for two terms. Then, Chuck Pierce, who's respected in charismatic circles, was saying that he felt that God was going to use the Trump card. Over time, he began to understand that that word picture was that Donald Trump would be elected. He is a prophet with a lot of accuracy, and I know this is controversial. When I put it in the book, I expected to get blasted. But you know, even people that don't believe have been respectful, and they've thought like, hmm, maybe there's something to this. But Chuck Pierce, he told my wife and me over dinner in 2008 that Barack Obama would be elected, and that ruined our dinner. So, when he said that Donald Trump is going to win … and also there was a fellow who lives not far from here named Mark Taylor … a very different kind of thing. In fact, they made a movie about it. The other was Lance Wallnau, and we had documented these.

Sometimes there are prophecies and they're kind of general like the Lord will be nice to you or something. Or something will happen and somebody says, well, the Lord showed it to him, but there isn't a lot of documentation. So, I put it online very, very specifically. Then we put it in Charisma magazine. I wanted it on the record. Everybody was saying he would lose. But I thought, you know what, if the Lord is speaking, I want to put it out there. And if Donald Trump loses, I'll say, I was wrong. No, I'm sorry. I actually went up to the election night party because of the prophecies. Darrell Scott, who is one of the first in that group in 2012, invited me to go. He didn't have to ask me twice. I was a little nervous, I'll admit, flying up to New York. But I thought if the Lord has spoken, he is going to win and I want to be there for that very special … and it was a wonderful experience. Later on, I went to the inauguration. My friend, Scott Plakon, who's a legislator, he went with me and we had a lot of fun. Then the books on Trump started coming out. Roger Stone was the first one. He’s e's the one that is in all the trouble now, but he wrote The Making of a President. We had written one, there are some other books. None of them mentioned the evangelical part of the election.

The evangelical vote, 82 percent, was the deciding margin for Donald Trump. A lot of them stayed home when Mitt Romney ran. Let’s face it. So, they didn't write about it. I felt there was an untold story that we had told in Charisma magazine. I also interviewed the president, that was in there. When I switched over from Cruz. I went all out. I thought, I only have limited influence, but I do have influence in certain circles. And I'm going to use every tool I can, every platform I have to try to get this man elected. It wasn't as much that I liked Donald Trump as I despised Hillary Clinton. I just felt that it would have been an absolute disaster. As bad as Obama was, she would have been times 10 times worse, partly because she is just corrupt. Thankfully, the Lord spared us from that. So, I felt there was an untold story. A lot of what's in the book was stuff that was in Charisma magazine and online. In fact, we had another thing you might be interested in. There's a pastor named Jim Garlow, and he's a very articulate pastor. He's very politically active. He's various astute. And a friend of his on Facebook wrote him and said, I can't stand Hillary Clinton, but I don't like Donald Trump at all. What do I do? And he wrote a little answer on Facebook, and it got like 12,000 shares. And he thought, hmm, I might have something here. So, he sent around to a few his friends and said you might be interested. When I saw it, I said, I need to get this as a blog. Take out the stuff about Facebook. But it was an apologetic on why to vote for Donald Trump, even if you didn't like them. Part of it was the platform., part of it was the alternative. There were several different things. And that got 4.2 million shares. We have never had anything go viral like that. Someone even called it to Donald Trump's attention. But it was so persuasive that I actually used it in the book as an example of kind of what had happened.

Christopher Hart: I'm surprised that Muehler didn't put it in this report is being done by the Russians. By the way, how can people subscribe to Charisma?

Stephen Strang: They can go to charismamag.com. It's just short for Charisma magazine. Subscriptions are still holding up, people still like print. Of course, we reach probably 200,000 in print. We reach, depending on the month, four or five million online. So, there's a lot more exposure online. We're trying to change everybody else is. But we got a great response to God and Donald Trump. You probably saw the picture. The president even held it up. It opened all kinds of doors for me. I had never been on any of these secular shows. They didn't invite me on because they liked me or like my books. They were looking for an evangelical that would badmouth the President. They picked the wrong one when they picked me.

Christopher Hart: As a matter of fact, John Edward Jones is Stephen’s friend who got him here today. But yes, you were on CNN and MSNBC as well.

Stephen Strang: And of course, FOX. My wife told me I shouldn't do it. She says it's like going into a pit of vipers. And she's probably right. But you know what? I thought, what could they do to me? They're not going to fire me. They're not going to bring criminal charges. I'm going to lose no subscribers. If they attacked me, everyone's gonna like me better in my circles. So, I went on and the Lord actually gave me opportunities to actually preach the gospel to them. I didn't really expect to. But that was the week that Stormy Daniels was on. Do you remember Stormy? It happened to be Easter week. So, somehow talking to an evangelical was their nod toward Easter week. It was very strange. I was on, on Good Friday and Easter both, and a couple of days before that. But Cameron Allison Camerata starts by asking how can evangelicals who believe in marriage, and all these things, how can they support this buffoon sinner? She didn't say it like that, of course, but that's what she meant. I said, first of all, I don't approve of those behaviors and Christians don't approve of it. It’s not about that. It's about his policies. I named two or three of his policies, including the Supreme Court and so forth. And I said also, that stuff was a long time ago, and I believe he's changed, like we talked about a few minutes ago. She says, how has he changed. I said, on live national television, I believe he has accepted Christ. I thought, I can't believe I just said that. So, I very quickly said, I don't know that firsthand. But I've talked to people who prayed with them. And I said, every Christian knows what it is to be forgiven. Every Christian has done at least one thing they would not want on the front page of the newspaper, if they were running for office or something.

And I said, they can understand and forgive Donald Trump if he's asked for forgiveness. Then she says, don't you have to ask for forgiveness because remember, they tried to trick him. He's not a theologian, and who knows why he said he'd never asked for forgiveness. And I said, first of all, that's between him and God. But she says, doesn't your Bible say you have to ask for forgiveness? I said, Allison, I'm glad you're quoting the Bible. So, the Lord gave me opportunities and you know what? She was basically respectful. I think she didn't know what to say. I was speaking truth and I kept going back to the policies that are so important. She says, well, aren't evangelicals looking the other way with all these things, you know, like stormy Daniels? I said, no more than the press did with Jack Kennedy and LBJ and Bill Clinton. She didn't know what to say to me. So, it was a good experience. I wrote about those things in Trump Aftershock, which is, in a way, a continuation of God and Donald Trump. With God and Donald Trump, there was more miracles, there was more prophecy. With the second book, it was more about politics and policies and accomplishments. We listed the accomplishments. There's an appendix in there with 500 of his accomplishments. There are over 600 footnotes. I think I was trying to prove my mettle as far as it came to the literary world.

 

 

Connect with American Adversaries Radio

·         On Facebook

·         On YouTube

 

Where to Find Stephen Strang on the Internet

·         The Strang Report on Charismamag.com

·         The Strang Report on cpnshows.com

·         On Twitter

·         On Facebook

 

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Kim Clement Prophesied Trump’s Presidency Years Before His Election