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Trump Dragged For Telling Supporters Biden Will Somehow 'Cancel' Christmas This Year

Trump Dragged For Telling Supporters Biden Will Somehow 'Cancel' Christmas This Year
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During a rally in Carson City, Nevada, President Trump brought out a familiar line of attack against Democrats and Joe Biden, though it made even more sense than usual this time around.

The President told the gathered crowd that if Joe Biden won the 2020 election, the Christmas season would be "canceled."

President Trump didn't seem to acknowledge that he would, in fact, still be President this Christmas even if he lost the election.

Many others pointed out that Christmas gatherings are in danger thanks to a botched pandemic response more than anything else.

First lady Melania Trump was also recently recorded saying:

"Who gives a f*ck about Christmas stuff and decorations, but I need to do it right?"

Taking the timeline into account, it almost seems like President Trump is holding Christmas hostage so Americans will vote for him.

What exactly does a Trump Christmas look like?

Joe Biden, a practicing Catholic, celebrates Christmas every year.

Republicans have long used hypothetical "attacks" on Christmas as a boogeyman to frighten voters.

As anyone who's seen Dr. Seuss's The Grinch will tell you, no one can hurt Christmas and the holiday faces no notable discrimination in the United States.

Instead of worrying about the safety of Christmas during this election, many voters have spent their time focusing on the issues that matter to their every day lives.