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I wanted to make this video myself, showing a montage of President Trump’s WONDERFUL speeches over the years at the White House lighting of the Christmas tree.
I wanted to show his powerful words where he praises not just “God” but “our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ”.
I was all set to make it and then I found this video below made by TheRemnant on YouTube and honestly they did a way better job that I could have done.
So I just want to show it to you.
During the annual lighting of the White House Christmas tree this year, President Donald Trump made good on his promise to bring "Merry Christmas" back to America. He then doubled down by referring the Jesus Christ as "God" and "Our Lord and Savior". As the economy continues to soar and Hilary continues to sour, it's pretty difficult not to be a little hopeful this Advent. At the very least, we can all agree that our situation as Catholic Americans could be a lot worse this Christmas. Thanks, Mr. President. Merry Christmas indeed!
The video above is from 2017, but that was not the last time Trump made a similarly powerful speech.
His 2019 speech is just as powerful and I have all the details for you below.
I hope you love it.
Please enjoy watching this:
Here's more, from Newsweek:
After performances by country singers Colton Dixon and Jessie James Decker, a song by The Voice talent Spensha Baker, and song stylings by Max Impact and the United States Marine Band, President Donald Trump offered some brief thanks to those who had organized the National Tree Lighting Ceremony's 97th debut.
Coming to the stage to the tune of "O Christmas Tree," President Trump acknowledged the presence of Congressman Jim Jordan, Congressman Mark Meadows, and Representative John Radcliffe. Jordan has been notable for his presence during the House Judiciary Committee's impeachment hearings against President Trump.
After saying that he and first lady Melania Trump wished the attendees a Merry Christmas, Mrs. Trump lit the tree to the tune of "We Wish You a Merry Christmas"
The president then thanked the work of the Department of the Interior, the National Park Service and all of the performers at the event.
Trump then recounted the history of the tree lighting ceremony. He said that after Calvin Coolidge lit the first National Christmas Tree, African American community centers led an outdoor worship service, where a cross was illuminated upon the side of the Washington Monument.
"A powerful reminder of the meaning of Christmas," said President Trump. "As the Bible tells us, when the Wise Men had come into the house, they saw the young child with Mary, his mother, and worshiped him... Jesus Christ inspires us to love one another, with hearts full of generosity and grace."
The president then took time to acknowledge the heads of the Salvation Army, as well as the CEO of the Independence Fund, Sarah Verardo, and saluted the police, firefighters, paramedics and first responders alongside American soldiers. Finally, he acknowledged the presence of Pastor Obed Jauregui of Bethany Church from Nazarene, Florida.
"At Christmas, we remember this eternal truth: Every person is a beloved child of God," President Trump said. "As one grateful nation, we praise the joy of family, the blessings of freedom, and the miracle of freedom. On behalf of Melania and her entire family, merry Christmas and God bless you all."
The National Tree Lighting ceremony has been a Washington D.C. holiday season staple since former President Calvin Coolidge established the yearly event in 1923. This year's ceremony marks the 97th time a tree has been lit in The Ellipse at President's Park. This year's tree is a 30 foot Colorado Spruce festooned with 50,000 lights and 450 stars.