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Donald Trump says no one has done more for Christianity or religion itself than him.
The former US president claimed that he was a driving force for religion and evangelical Christians and that he has always looked out for their interests.
During an episode of Flashpoint on the Victory Channel, Trump was asked about what he would say to the millions of religiously-motivated people in the US.
Host Gene Bailey asked the 75-year-old to explain why the viewers at home should stay 'engaged with him'.
And clearly not lacking any confidence, Trump said: "So nobody has done more for Christianity or for evangelicals-or for religion itself-than I have, [doing] so many different things."
He went on to say that he would repeal the Johnson Amendment, which prohibits non-profit organisations from promoting a political message or candidate, those who do risk losing their tax-exempt status.
Trump said it was a 'very bad thing'.
Since the clip was posted on social media, some have taken the opportunity to call Trump out on his claims.
One user said: "He dabbled in religion for about a year when he thought it was possible to manipulate God. (miracles relating to prayer) When he found it wasn't he lost interest."
While another added: "If he means highlighting and glorifying the absolute worst parts of it, I guess that's sort of true."
But it's not just the Johnson Amendment that has been grinding his gears of late, the former POTUS recently said he was sick of people claiming that he was obsessed with the Johnson dangling between his legs.
The former President's House House press secretary and Chief of Staff to Melania Trump, Stephanie Grisham, made the bizarre allegation in a new book.
In her explosive tell-all, titled I'll Take Your Questions Now, Ms Grisham brought up several damning claims about the former Commander in Chief.
She alleges that one time Trump called her from Air Force One to confirm that his penis wasn't small or shaped like a toadstool.
Stormy Daniels was the one who described Trump's genitalia like that and it seems like the allegations got to the former President so much that he sought out the White House aide to back him up.
But Donald Trump has hit back at that claim and many others littered in the book and says Stephanie is just bitter.
The former leader said via his spokesperson: "Stephanie didn't have what it takes and that was obvious from the beginning.
"She became very angry and bitter after her break up and as time went on she was seldom relied upon, or even thought about.
"She had big problems and we felt that she should work out those problems for herself. Now, like everyone else, she gets paid by a radical left-leaning publisher to say bad and untrue things."
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