DONALD Trump was cheered on by "MAGA nuns" who held up bibles as he addressed his supporters in Ohio.
The women wearing habits, "MAGA" masks, and holding rosary beads were pictured behind Trump at his campaign rally in Circleville on Saturday.
The images of the "nuns" rapidly went viral while Trump gave his lively speech in the Ohio city – but some people questioned whether they were real.
The nuns were spotted cheering when Trump invoked God and seen holding up Bibles.
"This can’t be real," said Twitter user, who shared an image of the women.
"The #MAGA nuns love Trump!" tweeted one of his supporters but others questioned the authenticity of the holy sisters.
"Trump is operating in desperation mode," claimed a third person, while a fourth said "I’m willing to bet anything I’ve got that those 'nuns' are plants, bought and paid for by the Trump campaign."
Trump cheered on by ‘MAGA nuns’ who held up bibles while he was speaking to supporters in Ohio
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