Merry Christmas From The President: Donald Trump Congratulates Military Troops And All Americans With Christmas

Date December 25, 2017

On December 24, the 45th President of the U.S. made sure to wish the nation a Merry Christmas as many times as he possibly could. Donald Trump went to social media to wish the Americans a Merry Christmas.

For his Facebook greeting, Mr. President chose a photo of himself and the First Lady Melania Trump that was taken at the 95th National Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony back in November.

On Twitter, the 71-year-old politician posted not one but two Christmas greetings. First, a short message, in which Donald Trump wished everyone a Merry Christmas.

And secondly, a video fragment of his welcome speech at President's Park in front of the National Christmas Tree.

Even when talking to the members of the military units deployed overseas, the 45th President of the U.S. made sure to wish them a “very, very merry Christmas,” New York Post reported.

We say Merry Christmas again, very, very proudly.

The President thanked the military troops for serving their country and saving thousands of lives, saying that “every American heart is thankful” for the hard work they are doing every day. “We’re asking God to watch over you and to watch over your families,” he added.

And the families of the military troops also received a special thank you from the President. Donald Trump said that military families “have been tremendous” and are “always underappreciated.”

At the end of the conference, the President asked media representatives to leave so that the members of the military units abroad could ask him some personal questions.

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