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Donald Trump’s Greatest Legacy: Winning the War on Christmas

• December 12, 2020 5:00 am

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President Donald J. Trump didn't need a second term to make history as one of the most successful U.S. presidents since George Washington. He spent the last four years Making America Great Again while refusing to take a salary and achieved more than enough to secure his place in the history books, if not atop Mount Rushmore.

It is a shame then, that Trump's greatest legacy as president does not get the attention it deserves. Trump campaigned vigorously in 2016 on a promise to wage a fierce counterattack against Godless liberals in the War on Christmas. Unlike most politicians, Trump kept his promise, and the good guys won the war.

"Let me begin by wishing you all a very Merry Christmas," Trump told a crowd of supporters in Georgia over the weekend. "Remember the word? Remember we started five years ago and I said, ‘You're going to be saying Christmas again,' and we say it proudly again."

For four splendid years, the American people have been able to wish each other "Merry Christmas" without fear of being prosecuted—or in some cases executed—by Barack Obama's Justice Department.

Christmas lights have returned to bring cheer to the middle-class neighborhoods that struggled to survive the Obama economy. Government employees are no longer forced to celebrate the winter solstice. Thanks to our president, Christmas Eve is a federal holiday this year.

The evidence is everywhere. Trump's victory over the libs in America has transcended national borders. The first person to receive the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, a 90-year-old woman in Britain, flaunted her Christmas spirit under the spotlight, daring an Antifa lib to call her a racist.

British cyclist Anthony Hoyte embarked on a 78.6 mile journey around London to spell out "Merry Christmas" on a location-tracking app.

Here in the United States, meanwhile, MSNBC host Chris Hayes could barely contain his contempt for Sen. Lamar Alexander (R., Tenn.), who recently celebrated Trump's victory by playing Christmas music on government property.

Two of the hottest young celebs, Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello, recently collaborated by covering "The Christmas Song (Merry Christmas To You)," a welcome development after years of liberal attacks on popular Christmas tunes.

Hip-hop legends Chance the Rapper and Jeremih dropped a Christmas album on Friday. It's called, "Merry Christmas Lil Mama: The Gift That Keeps on Giving."

Trump's departure from the White House means he's about to make a killing selling luxury real estate in North Korea. It also means the libs are about to redouble their efforts to eradicate Christmas, so stay vigilant out there. The war may be won, but the fight is never over.