President Trump, First Lady release their second Christmas greetings

President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump wished their American colleagues a Merry Christmas in their second birthday congratulations released by the White House on Friday.

In the statement, the first couple acknowledged that this Christmas “may look different than it has been in years past,” but encouraged everyone to see the time as an opportunity to “show our sincere gratitude.”

“In this season of peace, we cherish the warmth, generosity and faith that breathes life into holiday gatherings. The love that we share with our family and friends fills our hearts with joy, just as the story of Christ’s birth inspires people all over the world,” the statement said, expressing our appreciation for “our truth The sacred is to worship freely. “

The Eid greetings went to thank the men and women of the nation who wear military uniforms, as well as their families.

“To the military families who cannot celebrate Christmas together this year, our nation humbly thanks you for your service and sacrifice. We owe it forever to those who bravely serve our country in uniform – and to those who walk alongside them.”

“We also thank the first responders in our nation, law enforcement officers, and frontline medical professionals who work tirelessly to serve and protect our communities,” the statement continued. “Your daily contributions are an example of God’s devoted love and remind us of the noble principles we strive to live by, especially during This special time of year. “

The letter concludes by wishing every American “a very happy birthday and a blessed new year of peace and prosperity.”

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The first family spends Christmas In their club Mar-a-Lago In Palm Beach, Florida, where the Commander in Chief was taken on Friday morning at the Trump International Golf Course.

It is not clear when the president will return to the White House, although he is expected to return to Washington once New Year’s Day.

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