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Trump’s childhood Bible put on display at Christian museum.

The childhood Bible USA President Donald Trump placed his hand on during his swearing-in ceremony last year has been put on display at a Christian museum.
The ‘Museum of the Bible’ in Washington DC has hundreds of biblical artifacts including Bibles owned by historic, religious and political leaders. The management confirmed Wednesday an addition of Trump’s childhood Bible currently on show.
Trump received the Revised Standard Version (RSV) Bible from his mother as a child and carried it with him to Sunday school classes at First Presbyterian Church in Queens, New York, according to
When Trump graduated from primary Sunday school in 1955, the Bible was inscribed by his pastor and Sunday school teachers, the Museum management said.
The Bible is one of two that he rested his hand on when he took oath of office in January 2017.
Museum of the Bible President Cary Summers reportedly said it’s an honour to add the Bible to their collection as it’s a piece of American history.
“President Trump’s inauguration Bible will be displayed alongside Bibles belonging to President Harry Truman, President Dwight Eisenhower, President George H.W. Bush and President George W. Bush,” he said, according to the Christian Post.
Adding, “It is our hope that guests will be able to learn not only about each president’s unique Bible, but also about the influence this book has had on government and elected officials around the world.”
By Staff Writer.

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