This week, Donald Trump became the first acting president to attend the 'March for Life' rally, the biggest anti-abortion gathering in the United States.
At the event, Trump vowed to 'protect the unborn' which would fall in line with the Evangelical Christian agenda that his administration has adopted in recent months in the run up to the 2020 election.
However, it would appear that his outspoken 'spiritual adviser,' Paula White-Cain, who was appointed to the administration in October, has a slightly different view on abortions.
White-Cain, whose own church went bankrupt in 2012 and preaches the financially focused 'prosperity gospel,' said in a recent sermon that 'all satanic pregnancies' should miscarry now.
In a tweet posted by 'Right Wing Watch,' White-Cain said:
In the name of Jesus, we command all satanic pregnancies to miscarry right now.
We declare that anything that has been conceived in satanic wombs that it miscarry.
It will not be able to carry forth any plan of destruction.
The 53-year-old also called on her followers to "break the strange winds sent against our president" and to "cancel every surprise from the witchcraft in the make-believe kingdom."
It's not entirely clear what she means by 'satanic pregnancies' but in the wake of Trump's recent switch from 'pro-choice' to 'pro-life' this video of White-Cain has generated a lot of interest, with many horrified by what she had said.