Mr. Trump caused controversy for selling the Bible `God Bless America`

Mr. Trump caused controversy for selling the Bible `God Bless America` 0

(Dan Tri) – Former US President Donald Trump was criticized by many Christians after publicly selling the Bible `God Bless America` on social networks.

Mr. Trump holds a controversial bible in his hand (Photo: Donald Trump).

On March 26, Mr. Trump posted a video on the social network Truth Social urging his supporters to buy the bible `God Bless America`, the name was inspired by the singer’s song about patriotism

`Let’s make America pray again. As we enter Good Friday and Easter, I encourage you to purchase a copy of the Bible. God Bless America,` Mr. Trump wrote in the post, along with

The bible-selling campaign comes as he faces mounting legal costs due to criminal and civil charges.

Previously, he once sold `Never Surrender` shoes for $400 per pair.

Previously, Mr. Trump also issued cards with portraits of him taken for records at the prison, for $99 each.

He also released books containing photographs of his time in office and letters sent to him over the years.

The `God Bless America` version of the bible includes a copy of America’s Constitution, Declaration of Independence, Bill of Rights, and Oath of Allegiance.

The book’s website states that this biblical production is `non-political and has nothing to do with any political campaign`.

His act of selling the Bible caused intense controversy in American public opinion, especially among Christians.

Pastor Nathan Empsall, executive director of Faithful America, accused him of seeking to `profit` from his followers.

`The Bible is more important than any politician, and if Mr. Trump really wants to talk about the Bible, I suggest he try reading it first. He might actually learn some things about love,

Heath Mayo, a conservative lawyer, accused Mr. Trump of wanting to `destroy the American religious community for his own purposes.`

`If you are a Christian, speak up and protest this,` he urged, saying that Mr. Trump was `mocking` the sheep.

Tara Setmayer, senior adviser to the Lincoln Project on American politics, said the bible is `blasphemy` against Christianity.

Another wrote: `No true Christian would support someone who is mocking their religion.`

When asked by Newsweek to comment on the backlash from public opinion, Mr. Trump’s spokesman, Steven Cheung, said that criticism of Mr. Trump came from `Never Trumpists`.

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