Donald Trump’s Latest Business Venture: Selling Bibles

In a surprising move, Donald Trump has ventured into the business of selling Bibles as a means to boost his finances, especially with mounting legal fees and his campaign for the 2024 presidential election. The “God Bless the USA Bible,” priced at $59.99 per copy, has been endorsed by Trump as his “favorite book” in a video shared on Truth Social. The Bible, which features handwritten lyrics from Lee Greenwood’s song, “God Bless the USA,” is marketed as an “easy-to-read, large print” edition suitable for various settings such as church, bible study, work, and travel.

With the promotion of the Bible coinciding with Holy Week, Trump emphasized the importance of having a Bible in every American home, endorsing the product as a must-have. Despite the hefty price tag, the Bible has seen a surge in sales, with customers being advised to expect a delivery time of four to six weeks due to high demand.

The launch of the Bible follows Trump’s involvement in various commercial ventures, including the sale of $399 gold high-top sneakers, pieces of the suit he wore during his Georgia election interference case mugshot, and $99 digital trading cards. The addition of the Bible to his merchandise lineup reflects Trump’s entrepreneurial spirit and his ability to capitalize on different markets.

In a statement regarding the proceeds from the Bible sales, the website clarifies that the sales are not politically motivated and do not contribute to any political campaign. Rather, the focus is on providing customers with a quality product that combines faith and patriotism in a single package.

As Trump continues to diversify his business portfolio, the success of the “God Bless the USA Bible” serves as a testament to his marketing acumen and his ability to cater to a wide range of consumers. With the Bible’s popularity on the rise, it remains to be seen how this latest business venture will impact Trump’s overall financial outlook in the coming months.

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