According to Trinitarians God and Jesus are one and the same person If they are the same person, then whatever characteristics one person has the other also has that characteristic.
It is a Bible Truth that the Son was enfleshed: that is, he took upon himself human flesh, and in that flesh was not distinguishable from other men around him. According to the Trinitarians view that there is only one God who is all three persons: Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, how can it be that the Son has a disparate human nature that is not possessed by the Father? How can it be if the Son is also the father, and the Son is a material being both before and after the Resurrection that the Father can be held to be essentially immaterial?
How can this view maintain an identity between the Father and the Son that is compatible with Hebrew monotheism?
It is doubtful that any that accepts the Trinity, and who is not a Modalist, can with integrity claim to be a monotheist as understood by Hebrew prophets.