21 December 2016

Donald Trump Says "Merry Christmas"!

Thank You Trump
Finally, everything is back to normal and nobody is prohibiting anybody from saying "Merry Christmas." President-elect Donald Trump has just declared war on those who want to block the greeting and the celebration anywhere in the United States.

"Merry Christmas again," Trump said in a Thank You rally last 13 December. "Merry Christmas — so, Merry Christmas, everyone. Happy New Year, but Merry Christmas."

But, belying the implication that America’s favorite holiday is under assault. Liberals and their ilks were trying to get the celebration out from all public holidays by asking first the schools not to display anything related to it. The reason: it offended the sensibilities of some people from other religious denomination.

Well, the next four years will be a reminder to everyone living in the United States that the country celebrates the birth of Jesus and they better respect that.

Since 2012 Trump has been consistent in accusing people of diminishing the Christian holy day with secular seasonal greetings. "Other people can have their holidays, but Christmas is Christmas," Trump told the Values Voters Summit in September, reiterating his stance. "I want to see 'Merry Christmas.' Remember the expression 'Merry Christmas'? You don’t see it anymore! You're going to see it if I get elected, I can tell you right now."

Trump himself has wished people "Happy holidays" on many occasions, as have employees of his properties. His 2015 holiday card wished people "Merry Christmas + Happy Holidays," and he has tweeted "Happy holidays" to people on multiple occasions over the years.

The Trump Hotel Collection Tumblr wished people "Happy Holidays" last year, and the Trump Organization's reception at the tower recently was described as a Christmas party at times and at other times as a holiday party, according to the pool reporter in attendance. Visible in the reception area, where the press waited, was "a Hanukkah menorah with nine unlit bulbs."