John Oliver Accuses Donald Trump of Cash Grab Schemes as Ex-POTUS Sells $60 Bible, Asks Donations Online

By Giuliano De Leon

Apr 01, 2024 06:32 AM EDT

John Oliver Accuses Donald Trump of Cash Grab Schemes as Ex-POTUS Sells $60 Bible, Asks Donations Online
Republican presidential candidate former President Donald Trump arrives for a rally at the Dayton International Airport on March 16, 2024 in Vandalia, Ohio. The rally was hosted by the Buckeye Values PAC.
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British-American comedian John Oliver accusses Donald Trump of cash grab schemes while the former POTUS sells Bible copies and asks for donations online.

Oliver, who is also a political commentator, bashed the Republican presidential runner during the HBO late-night show "Last Week Tonight."

John Oliver Accuses Donald Trump of Cash Grab Schemes

John Oliver claims that all the things that Donald Trump does are going to be cash grab schemes.

"This year has been one of the few times he's actually been asked to pay the price for his actions but already, he's got other people footing the bill," explained the political commentator via Deadline.

He even talked about a video of Donald Trump begging his fans for money to pay for his legal troubles. John Oliver said that the former U.S. president doesn't stop talking about how he's one of the wealthiest men on Earth.

But, the comedian said that the ex-POTUS is also a person who begs strangers for money "in a hostage video that looks like it was filmed in a house haunted by the world's tackiest ghosts."

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Donald Trump Sells Bible Copies and More!

According to The Guardian, Donald Trump recently launched an ad campaign to sell Bible copies, which cost $60 each. Seth Adam Meyers also slammed the former American leader for this.

He said that Donald Trump is selling Bibles despite being the guy who will go on a trial for paying hush money to cover up his affair with a porn star.

The American TV host claims that Donald Trump's campaign is no longer a "real political campaign." Instead, it's a money-making venture to help him get out of jail.

Aside from Bible copies, Donald Trump is also selling sneakers, cologne, and mini speakers.

READ MORE: Donald Trump Adds Bibles and Sneakers to Campaign Trail Merchandise

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