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Trump's Spiritual Adviser Blasts Dems' 'Integrity' Crisis

President Donald J. Trump listens to Evangelist and Pastor, Paula White as she leads the prayer during a dinner
President Donald J. Trump listens to Evangelist and Pastor, Paula White as she leads prayer during a dinner. (Olivier Douliery/picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images)

By    |   Thursday, 04 July 2019 10:09 AM

President Donald Trump's spiritual adviser argued in a new opinion piece that there is a crisis at the southern border, but it's one of integrity.

Pastor Paula White wrote for The Hill Thursday and made her case that Democrats and other Trump administration critics are flat-out lying when they talk about deplorable conditions at facilities housing illegal migrants.

"Yes, we have unprecedented numbers of illegals flooding our borders. Yes, we have children being used as human passports so adults can take advantage of our broken system. And yes, we have immigration laws that are outdated and in need of a serious overhaul," White wrote.

"But the crisis I am referring to is a crisis of integrity."

White then gave examples of what she saw during a recent border visit, which included children being well taken care of, unlocked doors to their quarters so they could roam the premises freely, plenty of food and water, and areas for them to play soccer and watch movies.

"So, when you hear that children are not cared for properly, tell that to the border agent who holds a crying child. Or tell that to the border agent who has brought toys from their own home for the children to play with. And tell that to the border agent that puts their health on the line daily to be close to a sick child," White wrote.

"Sorry AOC, but children aren't forced to drink water out of a toilet. (You are insulting the intelligence of Americans with that absurd accusation) But yes AOC, we do have a crisis at the border. Funding from Congress can finally fix all of it … except for the crisis of integrity."

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., claimed earlier this week that people were told to drink water out of toilets, an accusation that has been denied and ridiculed over and over.

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