Paula White-Cain passed the family business down to her son in May (as the Falwell, Graham, Trump families do), has had her financial corruption exposed by the Republican Senate Finance Committee, is in her third marriage, and has a condo in Trump Tower. (andyrowell.net/andy_rowell/20…)
Paula White-Cain also stays at the Trump Hotel D.C.,
raises money at Mar-a-Lago,
and her husband raises money for Eric Trump's foundation that pays exorbitant expenses to the Trump Organization.
See the excellent summary of what the Senate Finance Committee exposed about Paula White's finances in this article:
The official Senate report is this PDF: (nonprofitquarterly.org/senator-grassl…) (finance.senate.gov/imo/media/doc/…)
See also this thread about people endorsing her book:
See also this thread about the Oct 29, 2019 gathering between President Trump and Paula White-Cain and other "faith leaders" at the White House. This is the last tweet in the thread so you'll need to scroll up.
I learned from this New York Times article by @elizabethjdias and @jwpetersNYT that Paula White-Cain does / did not have a condo in Trump Tower in New York City but "an apartment in his 502 Park Avenue building" Trump Park Avenue (five blocks away).
People thought Paula White had a condo in Trump Tower (but it is an apartment in Trump Park Avenue) because Senate Finance Committee report,
and referral by her publicist @JohnnieM to a Trump apartment in this article. @juliaduin (finance.senate.gov/imo/media/doc/…) (washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/maga…)
The May 9, 2017 article "The President’s Pastor: Paula White Has Connections and Power. But Where Does She Get Her Money?" on Heat Street (which was shut down Aug 4, 2017):
But here is a link to it on the Wayback Machine.
(web.archive.org/web/2017050916…) "The Tampa Tribune reported in 2008 that Randy and Paula met at a church ... and that two 'became romantically involved' in 1987—two years before they divorced their spouses." (web.archive.org/web/2017050916…)
Jan 2017 "the 9 a.m. service and now, at the 11 a.m ... at New Destiny Christian Center, where a couple hundred people were in attendance." @BethKassab
March 2017, "At each service I counted about 200 attendees." @JillianKayM (orlandosentinel.com/opinion/os-pau…) (web.archive.org/web/2017050916…)
"'People would give them jewelry, diamonds, watches,' Gomez said. One day, he said, he watched in horror as Paula White sifted through the collection plate after church, picking out the jewelry that looked valuable." (web.archive.org/web/2017050916…)