President Trump's Three Qualities Christian Leaders Should Learn

With his bold, tell it like it is style of leadership, President Donald Trump has proved to be a polarizing figure both at home and on the world stage.

Those traits were on full display this week when Trump kicked off his visit to the UK with blunt words for Prime Minister Theresa May regarding her approach to Brexit. He suggested her "soft" blueprint for the UK's future dealings with the European Union would likely put an end to any future trade deals with the US.

"If they do a deal like that, we would be dealing with the European Union instead of dealing with the UK, so it will probably kill the deal," Trump told The Sun.

Though Trump later made it clear no insult was intended, his words have nevertheless made waves – even bringing some of May's detractors to her defense.

"Trump's appalling behavior makes me sympathize with Theresa May," remarked Yvette Cooper, of the opposition Labor Party.

But despite what critics view as Trump's incendiary rhetoric, conservative author and radio show host Michael L. Brown suggests Christian leaders might do well to take notes on the president's unflinching communication style.

"There are many things the president can teach us – again, speaking of leaders in particular – even if we don't like the specific way he has modeled some of these things," Brown wrote in an op-ed for The Stream.

For one, Brown says, don't avoid confrontation.

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