Of all the projects real estate mogul Donald Trump wanted to build, here’s one that nobody saw.
According to his longtime personal pastor, Paula White-Cain, Trump in 2006 was taking steps to build a glass cathedral.
“He wanted to build a house of God,” she told us. “He said, ‘Let’s do this, let’s build this before we’re too old,’” said White-Cain told Secrets.
Trump had an architect in place and was eager to have her take charge of the church, but White-Cain said the timing wasn’t right for her. At the time, her ministry was on nine TV networks, and she was heading to a divorce from her second husband in 2007.
She is now on a book tour, promoting her autobiography, Something Greater: Finding Triumph Over Trials.
Parts of her book discuss her 18-year friendship with Trump. “He is a Christian,” she said. But, she said, he’s quiet about it, not a Bible-quoter like former President Bill Clinton. “He doesn’t know ‘Christian-ese,’” she said, adding, “most people don’t.”
She has never revealed Trump’s desire to build a church. “It was part of a dream,” said White-Cain, who is married to the band Journey’s Jonathan Cain.
She suggested that it was going to be similar to the Crystal Cathedral in Los Angeles. “He said, ‘Let’s build a crystal cathedral for God,” she said.
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Source: Washington Examiner