Donald Trump Promised To Bring Bank “Merry Christmas” In 2015, And He Kept That Promise

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Donald Trump Promised To Bring Bank “Merry Christmas” In 2015, And He Kept That Promise

In 2015, then-presidential candidate Donald Trump promised to bring back “Merry Christmas” to Americans at the Values Voter Summit in Washington, DC.

According to a 2015 article in BPR, Trump told the crowd, “Remember the expression ‘Merry Christmas’? You will never see it again. You’re going to see it if I’m elected, I can tell you right now.”

Now, Americans can clearly see that the 45th President of the United States has kept his promise to the voters.


In a 2017 piece for Fox News, Todd Starnes noted the stark contrast between Trump and the Obamas and thanked President Trump for “bringing ‘Merry Christmas’ back to the White House.” According to his article, he wrote that “In the first year of the Obama administration, the first family The White House considered getting rid of births in the interest of inclusion.”

Trump, on the other hand, boldly sends out presidential Christmas cards with the simple but endearing words “Merry Christmas and Happy New Year” for all to see.

In the early days of Trump’s campaign, Trump told Yellowhammer Radio with Cliff Sims that he saw society’s disdain for using the words “Merry Christmas” as “an attack on anything to do with Christianity.” He also said, “They don’t want us to use the word Christmas in department stores anymore…I go out of my way to use the word ‘Christmas’.”

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Many Americans agree with the fact that Christmas in the United States has been seriously detuned as what was once a sacred Christian holiday has become increasingly marketized, materialistic, and secular.

According to a 2017 article from Snopes, former President Obama’s Christmas cards did not include the words “Merry Christmas”. But there were other presidents besides him who did not include “Merry Christmas” in their Christmas cards. Snopes noted that presidents like Herbert Hoover and even Ronald Reagan sent cards using secular phrases like “Season’s Greetings.”

Trump, however, draws a line in the sand when it comes to the Christian-Judeo values of America’s heritage.

In a 2021 Newsmax interview with former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee, Trump said, “When I started campaigning, I said, ‘You’re going to say “Merry Christmas” again,'” the New York Post reported. And now people are saying it…it was a big part of what I was doing, I used to say it all the time during that period…I’m telling you, we brought it back very quickly.

Trump’s overwhelming acceptance of leadership in the values and ideals of Christianity deserves credit, and America’s evangelical Christians and people of faith, in general, should be able to recognize that.


The president also said in his 2021 interview with Newsmax that, “America loves Christmas and it didn’t matter what religion you belonged to — ‘Merry Christmas’ was something everyone said until the culture changed.”

Although in 2022, the destructive policies of the Biden administration cast a dark shadow across the landscape of hope for the American Dream, Americans can take heart and remember better, happier days under Trump.

Now, Americans can look forward to a 2024 presidency from Trump, and they can be sure that he will bring the holiday focus back to Christmas if he regains the White House.

One thought on “Donald Trump Promised To Bring Bank “Merry Christmas” In 2015, And He Kept That Promise

  • January 23, 2023 at 4:56 am

    Wow that was odd. I just wrote an really long comment but after I clicked submit my comment didn’t show up. Grrrr… well I’m not writing all that over again. Anyhow, just wanted to say excellent blog!


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