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Donald Trump Signed Bibles for Tornado Survivors in Alabama, Of Course, and Now Everyone's Making the Same Joke

WASHINGTON, DC - DECEMBER 22: U.S. President Donald Trump talks with journalists after signing tax reform legislation into law in the Oval Office December 22, 2017 in Washington, DC. Trump praised Republican leaders in Congress for all their work on the biggest tax overhaul in decades. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

President Donald Trump has repeatedly committed adultery. He's bragged about sexual assault. He's stated that he doesn't ask God for forgiveness.

This past October, Trump polled at 71% approval with white Evangelical Christians.


Many see the overwhelming white Evangelical support for Donald Trump as contradictory with the Christian faith, however white Evangelicals remain among his most infallible supporters.

Last month, a Fox News poll revealed that over half of white Evangelicals believe God wanted Trump to be President.

That's likely why, when meeting with tornado victims in Eastern Alabama, the President, upon request, signed the bibles of a few of his supporters.

Many were mystified that Trump would be asked to sign the book by which many Christians live their lives—and on the cover to boot. They did, however, have a theory.

Trump definitely didn't write the bible. Judging from his past words, he hasn't read it either.

When asked by Bloomberg Politics' Mark Halperin to name his favorite bible verses, Trump replied:

"I wouldn't want to get into it, because to me that's very personal. You know, when I talk about the Bible, it's very personal so I don't want to get into verses. The Bible means a lot to me, but I don't want to get into specifics."

Halperin then asked if Trump was an Old Testament or a New Testament guy. Trump responded, "Probably equal. I think it's just incredible. The whole bible is incredible."

Many believe Trump's feelings on the Bible aren't mutual.

Awkward.