WATCH: SNL Skit Mocks Donald Trump for Selling Bibles

Over the course of his business career, Donald Trump has been willing to put his name on all kinds of products. This includes a university, water, steaks and all kind of cheap clothing. 

Trump has never needed money more than he does right now. This week, he announced he is putting his name on something new: bibles. Not only will he be selling bibles with his name on them, but he is also charging $60 for the books. 

SNL mocked Trump's money grab in a skit where he hawks bibles. "That's right, it's Easter," James Austin Johnson, playing Trump, began. "That time of year when I compare myself to Jesus Christ. That's just a thing I do now, and people seem to be okay with it. And if you think this is a bad look, imagine how weird it would be if I started selling Bibles. Well..." 

SNL's Trump continued, "Look at this beautiful Bible, made from 100% Bible. As you know, I love Bible. It’s my favorite book. I’ve definitely read it. My favorite part is probably the ending. How it all ends up. But this is a very special Bible. And it can be yours for the high, high price of $60."

Johnson closed the sketch by saying, "I’m doing this for the glory of God. And for pandering and mostly for money."