The former President of the United States says no one has done more for the Christian faith than he has.
Donald Trump has been making an appearance, via telephone, on the Christian TV station The Victory Channel.
Speaking to Gene Bailey on Flashpoint, he said: "Nobody has done more for Christianity, or for evangelicals, or for religion itself, than I have.
"So many different things, getting rid of the Johnson amendment, Mexico City policy, and we could go down a list of items."
Trump also took time to criticize his successor, labelling Joe Biden's administration "far worse that anybody ever thought".
He said: "You talk about abortion, you talk about all of the subjects that you do every Sunday and during the week, and he's terrible on these subjects.
"I said it was going to happen, but I had no idea was going to be this bad. You take a look at what they're doing. It's, it's destructive."
In a conversation which he appeared to be seeking further support, the 45th President also highlighted his work in the Middle East.
"Nobody's done so much for Israel, as I have, with Jerusalem, and ending the Iran nuclear deal, which is a disaster.
"In the evangelical community I actually get probably more credit for that than I do with Jewish people. But Israel is a very important element."
In recent weeks, Donald Trump has increased the number of media engagements, most of which come via telephone.
He recently acted as commentator on a boxing match featuring former heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield.
Bookmakers currently have him as an overwhelming favorite to become the Republican candidate for presidency in 2024.