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First, Trump wanted to sell “God Bless the USA Bible” with a marketing message of “ Make America Pray Again”, He is back with another idea that is making evangelicals go gaga over him. Former President Donald Trump, known for his bold declarations and unapologetic stance on conservative values, has once again stirred controversy with his latest announcement. Following a string of accusations against President Joe Biden for recognizing Transgender Day of Visibility on Easter Sunday, Trump has declared November 5th as “Christian Visibility Day.” That’s election day if you haven’t marked it on your calendar. The announcement, made during a rally in Wisconsin, has reignited debates over religious freedom and the separation of church and state in America. Trump’s pandering has clearly worked as his supporters, predominantly from conservative evangelical circles, cheered his proclamation, viewing it as a defense of Christian traditions and values. Especially in the backdrop of the godless hordes of transgender and LGBTQ+ visibility. However, critics have raised concerns about the potential implications of intertwining religious observance with political agendas. Whether it will galvanize Christian voters or deepen societal divisions remains to be seen, but one thing is certain: Trump’s declaration has once again placed religion at the forefront of American politics.