Sure, every time someone in the Trump administration does anything remotely objectionable, the media will jump all over them. Remember CNN’s breathless bulletin that President Trump got two scoops of ice cream and everyone else got one? Apparently, this is what counts as reporting nowadays.
It’s just as important to look at what the press doesn’t report about the Trump administration as it is to analyze what they do. That’s especially true when it comes to a Bible study being attended and Trump’s cabinet members every week and which will soon include Vice President Mike Pence.
In fact, the first major media report on the study came from the Christian Broadcasting Network, which conducted an interview with the man who leads it, Ralph Drollinger.
Drollinger, a former NBA player with the Dallas Mavericks and a two-time NCAA men’s basketball champion, is a clergyman who founded Capitol Ministries. He’s already helped establish Bible studies in 40 state capitals and teaches studies in both chambers of Congress.
Drollinger also helped establish the White House Bible study, which is attended by “about a dozen” of the men and women in Trump’s cabinet.
“It’s the best Bible study that I’ve ever taught in my life. They are so teachable; they’re so noble; they’re so learned,” Drollinger said