Is Trump a man of Christmas tradition?

That’s the question on America’s mind amid the holiday weekend quickly approaching.   During his victory tour that continued this weekend, Trump, made it his mission to discuss the alleged “War on Christmas” largely and loosely based upon the 2005 book by the same name.

When I started 18 months ago, I told my first crowd in Wisconsin that we’re going to come back here someday and we are going to say ‘Merry Christmas’ again,” Trump said on Tuesday. “Merry Christmas — so, Merry Christmas, everyone. Happy New Year, but Merry Christmas.”

The questions come amid an almost confirmation that Ivanka Trump will act as First Lady until step-mother Melania returns from New York City next year. The trouble with that, er, is that nobody quite knows if that’s even legal.

Ivanka ‘s own husband (and she herself) are both Jewish, something, that is sure to keep the White House alive with religious holidays and celebrations alike.   Several US presidents have opened the White House doors to numerous kinds of holidays, although, alike other things, nobody’s quite sure

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