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Trump Partners With Lee Greenwood To Sell 'God Bless The USA' Bibles

'We must make America pray again'

Trump Partners With Lee Greenwood To Sell 'God Bless The USA' Bibles

In partnership with singer and songwriter Lee Greenwood, former President Donald Trump is selling "God Bless the USA" Bibles.

Selling for $59 each, the Bibles feature an easy-to-read large print of the King James Version translation in a slim design. The Bibles will also include copies of a handwritten chorus of Greenwood's famous "God Bless the USA," along with copies of the United States Constitution, the Bill of Rights, the Declaration of Independence, and the Pledge of Allegiance.

Trump announced the Bibles in a Tuesday video posted to Truth Social.

"I'm proud to be partnering with my very good friend Lee Greenwood ... in connection with promoting the 'God Bless the USA' Bible," Trump said. "I wanna have a lot of people have it. You have to have it for your heart and your soul."

Trump said the inclusion of the nation's founding documents in the Bible was because many Americans are unaware of the rights they are guaranteed in the United States.

"And how you are being threatened to lose those rights," Trump continued. "It's happening all the time. It's a very sad thing that's going on in our country, but we're gonna get it turned around."

Trump said religion and Christianity were among the biggest things missing from the country.

"I truly believe that we need to bring them back, and we have to bring them back fast," he continued. "I think it's one of the biggest problems we have. That's why our country's going haywire. We've lost religion in our country."

The former president insisted Americans needed a Bible in their homes, noting he himself has "many" copies of the Bible.

"It's my favorite book. It's a lot of people's favorite book," Trump said. "This Bible is a reminder that the biggest thing we have to bring back [to] America to make America great again is our religion. Religion is so important. It's so missing, but it's gonna come back, and it's gonna come back strong just like our country's gonna come back strong."

Trump said Americans answer to God rather than bureaucrats in Washington.

"Christians are under siege," Trump continued. "We must protect content that is pro-God. We love God, and we have to protect anything that is pro-God."

"We must defend God in the public square, and not allow the media or the left-wing groups to silence, censor, or discriminate against us," he added. "We have to bring Christianity back into our lives, and back into what we will be again — a great nation."

Trump noted the United States was founded on Judeo-Christian values and lauded the Founding Fathers.

"And now that foundation is under attack, perhaps as never before," Trump said. "What can we do? Stand up, speak out, and pray that God will bless America again."

"We must make America pray again," Trump concluded.

Trump has famously featured Greenwood's "God Bless the USA" during his campaign rallies throughout his political career.

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