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Trumps wish a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all Americans

“We are battling a global pandemic that has affected all of us. We have been inspired by the kindness and courage of citizens across this country.”

President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump released a Christmas message to all Americans on Christmas Eve.

“President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump wish all Americans a Merry Christmas and a wonderful holiday season,” the White House wrote. “Despite the challenges posed by this year’s global pandemic, the American people continue to display incredible courage and patriotism.”

“The bond that unites us as citizens is stronger than any adversity we face,” the White House wrote. “As of this month, doses from two new Coronavirus vaccines are now being administered to Americans across the country. This remarkable achievement is a testament to the strength and ingenuity that defines the American spirit.”

“We are grateful for all of the scientists, researchers, manufacturing workers, and service members who have worked tirelessly to make this breakthrough possible,” the president said. “It is truly a Christmas miracle.”

“The President and First Lady thank our first responders, law enforcement officers, doctors, nurses, and many others who made sacrifices this year to keep Americans safe,” the White House added.

“Through this great challenge, we have been inspired by the kindness and courage of citizens across this country,” the first lady said.

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