White House grants press access to Christian site whose founder called impeachment a "Jew coup" - 2020-01-27
The White House granted press credentials to a Christian news site whose founder claimed that President Donald Trump's impeachment was a "Jew coup" organized by a "Jewish cabal" in anti-Semitic remarks.
Five employees of the Florida-based conservative Christian news outlet TruNews received press credentials from the White House to cover Trump's trip to the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, last week, founder Rick Wiles told The New York Times from a ski lodge reserved for press members by the Trump administration. The outlet was not granted special access to Trump, though TruNews' Edward Szall asked Ivanka Trump a question during a news conference, according to the report.
"We want to thank President Trump and the White House for extending the invitation to be here," Wiles said in a video. "We are honored to be here representing the kingdom of heaven and our king Jesus Christ."