All that aside, the language on Trump's card appears to be in line with his pledge on the campaign trail and as president to say "Merry Christmas" and to reject more benign holiday messages, as The Daily Mail noted.
[Faithwire.com] President Donald Trump has unveiled his administration's first White House holiday card—and it's starkly different from the greetings sent by his predecessors, Barack Obama and George W. Bush. (Photo: The Trump's official Christmas Card/AP/Carolyn Kaster/via Breitbart.com)
Trump's card specifically references "Christmas," a word that has been noticeably absent from White House holiday cards in recent years. In fact, the card reads, "Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year" and is signed by Trump, First Lady Melania Trump and the couple's son, Barron.
And, as a side note, there's also a nativity inside the White House, as evidenced in a video featuring Melania Trump.
In the past, White House holiday cards have sparked quite a bit of debate, with some critics lashing out over the absence of "Christmas" and over the inclusion of more benign messages from Obama and Bush that wished people happy holidays or "seasons greetings"...
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