You are asking yourself what are we talking about? How is that even possible and how did God showed that he favors Trump over them?
Well, here is the explanation.
As reported by World News Politics, God showed His support by leaving Trump’s Caribbean property untouched during Hurricane Irma.
The mansion is an 11-bedroom property priced at $16.9 million. This is a clear sign of who is meant to be in the White House.
The Trump Organization hasn’t made a comment yet.
Meanwhile, the fate of Trump’s other major property in the path of Irma, his Palm Beach Mar-a-Lago resort-turned-winter White House, remains up in the air.
But the expectation is that it, too, will suffer little damage, having survived multiple hurricanes in the 90 years since it was built on an island between the Atlantic Ocean and Florida’s Intercoastal Waterway. Besides that, Irma veered more to the west as it moved up the Florida peninsula.
Of course, other celebrities had their properties damaged and most of them don’t have the details of the status yet.
So far, there’s no word on any harm to the expensive homes of the down to Earth people like Sean “Diddy” Combs and Gloria Estefan on Star Island. Also, Johnny Depp’s place and Eddie Murphy place in the Bahamas is still not known yet. To luxury homes owned by Gloria Estefan and Sean “Diddy” Combs on the star-studded Star Island, a man-made retreat off Miami Beach. No mention yet of Oprah Winfrey’s Caribbean getaway mansions on Antigua and Paradise Island in the Bahamas.
But some other celebrity owners of Caribbean islands and properties have gone public with their losses.
One rich person who suffered damage was billionaire Richard Branson of the Virgin Empire. He posted pictures online of his private Necker Island in the British Virgin Islands, which was almost totally destroyed by the hurricane while he and his staff survived the storm in a concrete wine cellar.
— Richard Branson (@richardbranson) September 11, 2017
“We felt the full force of the strongest hurricane ever in the Atlantic Ocean,” he wrote.
“But we are very fortunate to have a strong cellar built into Necker’s Great House and were very lucky all of our teams who stayed on Island during the storm are safe and well.”