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Trump insists he did not use Bible as prop, but the other Holy Book- Art of the Deal



Washington, D.C. - After receiving considerable backlash for seemingly using The Bible as a prop for a staged publicity stunt, Trump insisted on Tuesday that he was not holding The Bible, but the other Holy Book, The Art of the Deal.


Despite overwhelming photographic evidence to the contrary, a spokesperson for Trump said, "The President wants to be clear to all Christian Americans that the only Holy Book he carried to St. John's Episcopal Church last night was his own personal copy of The Art of the Deal."


The spokesperson then presented a series of alternate photographs of Trump holding a leather-bound copy of his 1987 bestseller outside St. John's and reminded the media that the sacred text is still in print and available for $12.75 on Amazon.



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