Of course the WWF is make-believe. It is the first "reality television" going back to the advent of television and wrestling being one of the main staples for local stations to show.
Trump is today's Cassius Clay, also known as Mohamed Alli.
I think once Americans discovered that Cassius Clay, aka, Mohamed Alli was putting on an act and that he was actually a sweet, nice guy, then his act was well appreciated for what it was.
Do clergy or laity in the Church have to imitate Donald Trump, WWF or Cassius Clay? NO, NO, NO!
We don't have to enter into name-calling. We don't have to react to things we disagree with venom.
In Nevada, prostitution has been legal for decades, centuries. The Church survives there, no Armageddon.
Now we have same sex civil marriage the law of the land. No Armageddon for the Church.
And we will have Pope Francis extending an olive branch to our culture to bring the good news to those who will soon see how vapid the culture in which they live and the corrupt values they promote really is.
We in the Church don't have to call prostitutes, whores. We don't have to call promiscuous women skanks. We don't have to call gay men and women sodomites, queer or perverts. We don't have to use language that pushes people away from the Church rather than draws them closer.
And we certainly in the Church don't have to use vulgar explicates in front of the name calling.
In the Church we can promote civil rights for those in same sex civil unions or heterosexual civil unions not recognized by the Church. We don't have to deny in the public arena goods and services that are sold for profit.
At the same time, the Church doesn't have to perform civil unions or civil marriages. We don't have to do anything that would compromise our teachings on sexual morality. At the same time, we must never do anything to compromise our teachings on the foundation of all other morality--the virtue of Charity.