Source: European Pravda, quoted by АР

Details: On Tuesday, Trump posted a video on the Truth Social platform urging his supporters to buy his "God Bless the USA" Bible, inspired by country singer Lee Greenwood's patriotic ballad. Trump performs the song at every rally and appears with Greenwood at events. 

"Happy Holy Week! Let's Make America Pray Again. As we head into Good Friday and Easter, I encourage you to pick up a copy of the God Bless America Bible," Trump wrote, directing his supporters to a website selling the book for $59.99.

The unusual Bible sales campaign comes at a time when Trump is facing a severe financial crisis due to mounting legal expenses. Trump faces four criminal charges as well as numerous civil charges.

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On Monday, Trump was granted an extension when a New York appeals court agreed to postpone enforcement of the US$454 million Trump owes following a civil fraud judgment if he pays US$175 million within 10 days.

Trump has already paid US$92 million in defamation lawsuits filed by E. Jean Carroll, who accused the former president of sexual assault. 

The Bible is the latest business venture Trump has embarked on during his campaign. Last month in Philadelphia, he unveiled a new line of sneakers under the Trump brand, including the gold "Never Surrender High-Tops" priced at US$399. 

Trump has also published books containing photographs of his time in office and letters written to him.

The website Godblesstheusabible.com states that the product is "non-political and has nothing to do with any political campaign." 

"GodBlessTheUSABible.com is not owned, managed or controlled by Donald J. Trump, The Trump Organization, CIC Ventures LLC or their respective principals or affiliates," the statement reads. 

Trump's spokesperson did not respond to the agency's questions about how much he was paid for the licensing deal or how much the potential presidential candidate makes from each book sale. 

Trump remains very popular among white evangelical Christians, who are among his most ardent supporters - even though the thrice-married former reality TV star has a long history of behavior that often contradicts the teachings of Jesus.