We need to be warning people to avoid the judgements of God It doesn't matter who is in office now. Here is what E G White said.
"The wrath of God will come upon all cities, upon dwellings, upon large buildings, so suddenly that they who have the slightest intimation [that these judgments are pending] have no safety in dallying at all. They are to flee at once...We are living amid the perils of the last days. The wrath of God is preparing to come upon all the cities---not all at once but one after another. And if the terrible punishment in one city does not cause the inhabitants of other cities to be afraid and seek repentance, their time will come. When the Lord ariseth to shake terribly the earth, He will not cease until His work in punishment is done. The destruction will begin in certain places, and the destruction of life will be sudden and but few will escape...I am instructed by revelation to say that most solemn and overwhelming judgments are determined upon all people who have the light before them in the Word of God [but who have not followed it]"(Manuscript 233, 1902 Here's one city mentioned to start with. "While I was in Nashville, a scene was opened before me. A great ball of fire seemed to fall from heaven, and from it went forth flashes of light. When these flashes of light would strike a building, the building would burn like tinder. And then I heard someone say, 'I knew that this was coming. These are the judgments of God that I knew were coming.' You knew!' said another. 'You were my neighbor. Why did you not tell me that these things were coming? Why did you not warn others?" (Manuscript 154, 1904)


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When I was at Nashville, I had been speaking to the people, and in the night season, there was an immense ball of fire that came right from heaven and settled in Nashville. There were flames going out like arrows from that ball; houses were being consumed; houses were tottering and falling. Some of our people were standing there. “It is just as we expected,” they said, “we expected this.” Others were wringing their hands in agony and crying unto God for mercy. “You knew it,” said they, “you knew that this was coming, and never said a word to warn us!” They seemed as though they would almost tear them to pieces, to think they had never told them or given them any warning at all. 


Nashville will be hit by a fireball.

The Parthenon in Centennial Park, Nashville, Tennessee is a full-scale replica of the original Parthenon in Athens, Greece.013 It was designed by architect William Crawford Smith and built in 1897 as part of the Tennessee Centennial Exposition. Today, the Parthenon functions as an art museum and stands as the centerpiece of Centennial Park, a large public park just west of downtown Nashville.1 The plaster replicas of the Parthenon Marbles found in the Treasury Room are direct casts of the original sculptures which adorned the pediments of the Athenian Parthenon, dating back to 438 BC. Nashville's nickname, the "Athens of the South," influenced the choice of the building as the centerpiece of the 1897 Centennial Exposition.01 The replica features a 42-foot-tall gold-coated sculpture of Athena, with a 6-foot-4-inch statue of the goddess Nike in her hand, and stories of war and conflict illustrated across Athena’s shield and pedestal. The replica boasts just eight pounds of gold leaf, whereas the original was coated in over 2,400 pounds of gold leaf.2