Trump’s Spiritual Adviser Is Telling Him Not To Talk About Faith in Public

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Artivia Tahir

President Trump has been told by white evangelicals to avoid talking about faith in the media

President Trump has been instructed by his spiritual advisor to avoid speaking about his faith openly, according to Right Wing Watch.

  • Paula White, Mr. Trump’s spiritual advisor, shared on “The Patriot and The Preacher” radio program that she along with other evangelicals who advise Trump have asked him not to talk about his faith.
  • White disclosed that during the 2016 Presidential election, Trump was often backed into a corner with theological questions, so his spiritual advisors advised him against speaking about faith and to “keep faith very private and personal and hold it close.” White said in the interview:

“I saw them coming at him with a theological question, and I knew that he didn’t know that this was a theological question, and it was a complete setup. It was over communion. They started asking him about wine because he doesn’t drink, and I’m like, ‘Oh, they’re about to drop it on him.’ And it’d be like asking me how to build a building. I don’t know how to build a building. And so I said, ‘Look, politics by its very nature is designed to be very divisive and destructive.’”

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