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A video of Donald Trump dodging easy questions about his 'favourite book' the Bible in 2015, has resurfaced to make us all laugh.
In an interview on Bloomberg news before the 2016 Presidential election, then-nominee Trump is asked to quote his favourite passage from the Bible by one of the two interviewers.
Trump swiftly replies that he doesn't want to 'get into specifics' because the bible is 'very personal.'
In an attempt to get something out of him, they ask 'Are you an old testament guy or a new testament guy?' To which he replied 'Probably equal.'
The clip was shared by a Twitter user called 'The Caring Atheist' and has since gone viral.
I watched a The Day Today clip before this and honestly they're indistinguishable https://t.co/N5CGqsV7Cz — Ian Dunt (@Ian Dunt)
@Caring_Atheist Which Beethoven do you like?
All his main hits all the big ones. https://t.co/jnfJVCzYs0 — Duncan Ewart (@Duncan Ewart)
"I'd have to say the Best of the Beatles" https://t.co/lt2QAzdqdC — Richard Williams (@Richard Williams)
I assume this was a sketch cut from SNL, where they decided that Alec Baldwin's Trump character was so blatantly ly… https://t.co/r8GXUDVLIS — David Baddiel (@David Baddiel)
It's getting increasingly difficult to differentiate between Trump and Alan Partridge quotes as time goes on, but this is up there with the most absurd.
He also jokes about and manages to plug his own book; 'They hold up The Art Of The Deal and I say 'My second favourite book of all time.'
Earlier this year Trump expressed his support for religious education being brought back in American schools:
And back in 2013, he quoted Reverend Billy Graham, showing seemingly good intentions:
We're not sure if he's been sticking to his 'No complaining' policy since taking office though.
HT The Poke
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