You are saying here that if a person applies good principles we should celebrate such actions only if the person can be adjudged a Messiah or regarded as having God’s heart? So we should not celebrate atheists for doing things that are right?
As to details of the disciples behavior, the evidence in Scriptures is very clear. They all deserted Him. Only Peter tried to fight and within a few hours he had denied Jesus Christ three times. Peter tried to fight not because he was brave but because he thought he could force Jesus’ hands into a war. If not for the grace of God, that would have been the end of Peter’s association with Jesus Christ.
Finally, in matters of opinion no one is ever objectively right. I have not said you are wrong, because in matters of opinion that is trying too hard to win a discussion.
I am not wrong and you are not right.
We just are on two different sides of the fence on this one. It is important we do not resort to language that attempts to characterize others as wrong or as positing wrong arguments in matters that having nothing to do with truth or facts.
What Trump has done is what he has done. It is not falsehood and it cannot be proved to be immoral or unspiritual. It merely is viewed differently by different folks.
My arguments cannot be irrelevant simply because you disagree.