Whether you love or loathe Donald Trump, I don't think you can disagree with this statement from author, minister Max Lucado:
There was a time in Iowa when he (Trump) said, "I'm a Christian" and somebody asked about forgiveness and he said, "I've never asked God for forgiveness." I can't imagine that. I'm just shaking my head going, "How does that work?" Does a swimmer say, "I've never gotten wet?" Does a musician say, "I've never sung a song?" How does a person claim to be a Christian and never need to ask for forgiveness?
As quoted in "Christianity Today" interview with Richard Clark - 2/26/16