It wouldn't be an issue by default because:
A) If God wants pastor X to be teaching, money will be provided by God
B) Money is never meant to become a big issue because it makes onlookers think Christianity is ridiculous
So if there are pastors struggling with money maybe they should ask God and do 1 John 1:9 for a change (and NOT Donald Trump). I hate to say it, but most pastors that struggle financially are works based or ignore 1 John 1:9. The next faculty is that, money laundering pastors who aren't struggling, always want more money in their pockets.
So the world's problems are not the believer's problems. CHURCH AND STATE DON'T MIX. Doing this is mixing Church and State, it's disgusting at how Trump emphasizes it too, using Christianity as a springboard for policies. Bad bad bad news.
If you listen to Trump he's riding basic human emotions. He 'rewards' the gal who said he won't tell his plans with positive remarks.
The real problem though, is that Trump is inconsistent. He's no different from a democrat that keeps changing answers as convenient, and then denies the changes or wrongdoing. For instance take a look at his petty self-defense with Anderson Cooper:
"I thought it was a nice picture of Heidi, I thought it was fine"
And then after Cooper finally gets through, he just keeps on repeating "I didn't start it".
Oh, and don't get me started on how Trump praises people when it's convenient (such as Hilary Clinton when he wasn't running for president).
Finally, Alex Jones is also inconsistent if we want to talk conspiracy theories and his religious beliefs... so you have an inconsistent Trump and an inconsistent Jones.