Trump fires up religious critics with job for televangelist

ELANA SCHOR and AAMER MADHANI Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — The ascension of Paula White as an official member of Donald Trump's White House highlights how closely the president is relying on his inner circle of evangelical Christian supporters as he fights an impeachment probe during his reelection bid — while giving liberal evangelicals a new opening to push back at his administration's mingling of religion and policymaking. White is a televangelist who has sparked division among fellow Christians over her association with the so-called "prosperity gospel," an assertion that God rewards believers with personal as well as financial success. She's also frequently identified as personal minister to the president and is now set to become an adviser heading Trump's Faith and Oppo
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