Trump insider says evangelical advisers 'don't stand up for morality;' Johnnie Moore responds

By The Christian Post

President Donald Trump meets with a group of evangelical leaders in the Oval Office on Monday Dec. 11, 2017 in Washington, D.C. He was presented with the "Friends of Zion Award." | (Photo: White House)

Trump administration adviser Johnnie Moore denied the claims of a former White House staffer that the evangelical advisory board has not provided critical feedback to the president.

Cliff Sims, former White House director of message strategy, will have a new book released on Tuesday titled Team of Vipers: My 500 Extraordinary Days in the Trump White House.

In the book, Sims takes issue with President Donald Trump’s evangelical advisory board, officially named the Faith Leaders Initiative, stating that he never recalled “any of the faith leaders who actually had access to Trump” push him on the issue of asylum for persecuted Christians.

Source:The Christian Post