Republican Party presidential nominee Donald Trump appears to no longer consider the Holy Bible his favorite book, having named two books he wrote instead.
A.J. Calloway of Extra recently interviewed Trump on a series of topics, ranging from what he plans to do, if elected, on his first one hundred days as president to what is his favorite movie.
During the "rapid fire" portion of the interview, Calloway asked Trump to name his "two favorite books," to which Trump replied by citing his own published works.
Specifically, he mentioned The Art of the Deal, which was published in 1987, and Surviving at the Top, which was published in 1990.