REPORT: Bible signed by Trump sold on eBay

BY TEAM DML / MARCH 12, 2019 /

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A Bible purportedly signed by President Trump recently sold for $325 on eBay, Al.com reported on Tuesday.

The seller, GraphwizardCollectibles, originally listed the Bible for $525 before dropping the price. The seller said that the Bible was autographed by the president during a 2016 campaign rally and that the book would include a certificate of authenticity.

The article goes on to state the following:

WMC 5 Action News, a local affiliate, noted that the seller did not provide pictures of the certificate.

The Bible’s sale came about a week after Trump signed Bibles for those impacted by a rash of tornadoes in Alabama that resulted in 23 deaths. The president signed the books while visiting a Baptist church in Opelika that is operating as a disaster relief center.

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1 Comment

  1. Yvonne March 12th, 2019 at 7:24 pm

    Autographed bibles sold: I can understand the desperation for money but question the Christian veracity of the seller. ✝️

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