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Donald Trump is championing everything in his quest to become president. He’s become the latest to soldier in the war on Christmas.

In an interview on the campaign trail early this week Trump stated his belief in a war on Christmas and vowed to take action once elected:

“There’s an assault on anything having to do with Christianity,” Trump said. “They don’t want to use the word Christmas anymore at department stores. There’s always lawsuits and unfortunately a lot of those lawsuits are won by the other side. I will assault that. I will go so strongly against so many of the things, when they take away the word Christmas.”

“I go out of my way to use the word Christmas,” he added.

As usual, Trump is ahead of his presidential rivals on this issue and he is not afraid of who he offends. It is doubtful that anyone beyond Sarah Palin will even mention Christmas.



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Santa Marty

Sometimes, well a lot of the time, Mr. Trump's comments seem to be off the wall. He is making statements that seem to resonate with a lot of potential voters. It is a shame that both of the major political parties have done such a poor job that Mr. Trump is beginning to become a possible viable candidate.

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Santa Bob of Tulsa

Trump reaches for anything that will draw attention to himself. He has no substance to back up his spazdic mutterings. I don't doubt in a country of 300 million plus he might speak for a few million. Hell, there are probably a few million that still think Elvis lives! The election is a long way off and what is needed now is patience and trust that your party either Republican, Democrat or otherwise will ultimately offer you the same pointless choices they have in the past.

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SCSanta

:santa_lipsrsealed:  :m2c:

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Steelwheels

Whether it's the birth of Christ you're merry about,

or holy days (holidays) you're happy about,

you just can't hide from what it's all about.

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Santa Castor

If Mr. Trump is willing to join the fight in the war on Christmas, I'd be the first to welcome him. I'd prefer not to have to vote for him for president.

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Ol Santa

I'd like to take him via sleigh to the North Pole.   It would probably blow the rug off his head, but at least

he'd be where he could do some good.   We need some hot air up there!

 

Ol' Santa

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Steelwheels

Watching Mr. Trump is like watching professional wrestling. You can be entertained at times, but you still know it's fake.

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Coudy Santa

I see no evidence of a war on Christmas in my part of the world. I guess I'll stay here and stay away from your part.

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