Since winning the presidential election last year, Donald Trump has declared victory in the so-called War on Christmas, claiming that people are now once again allowed to say “Merry Christmas.” And it doesn’t appear he’s going to let this claim go anytime soon. In a video conference with troops of the five branches of the military, the president let them know several times that he was wishing them a “very, very Merry Christmas.” He then made sure they knew that he was the one who brought the phrase back. “We say Christmas again very proudly,” Trump boasted before once again telling them to have a “very Merry Christmas.” Reading from a piece of paper on his desk, Trump further stated that they were primed to Continue reading "Trump Wishes Troops a ‘Very Merry Christmas’: ‘We Say Christmas Again Very Proudly’"
In video conference, President Trump wishes troops a "very, very Merry Christmas" pic.twitter.com/xjx0tLD8ui— NBC News (@NBCNews) December 24, 2017
Donald Trump vowed to end the War on Christmas during last year’s campaign, but now that he’s in the White House, what has he really done to roll back the annual PC onslaught?
Yes, he’s declared it okay to say “Merry Christmas” and his online store is selling $45 dollar Christmas hats, but surely his supporters were hoping for something a little more aggressive.
If he really wants to show them he’s serious, here are 5 things he can do right away.1. Foreign elves have been taking good, Seasonal American jobs for far too long. Convince Santa to move his workshop from the North Pole to Indianapolis.
2. Pledge $1.5 billion in supplemental military spending to finally bring NORAD’s Santa Tracker into the 21st century.
3. Revitalize the coal industry to really stick it to those kids on the naughty list.
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7 of 10 Americans prefer 'Merry Christmas' over 'Happy Holidays' http://t.co/Xjimd3KU No surprise.— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 28, 2012
He also shared what others tweeted at him without correcting them: