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President Trump, Melania Trump share Christmas video message

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In the course of the video message, President Trump known as the event of a coronavirus vaccine a “Christmas miracle.”

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump and first woman Melania Trump shared a video message on Thursday, wishing everybody a “very merry Christmas.”

The Christmas message, posted on the primary {couples}’ social media accounts, options the president recounting the story of Christmas and he heralds the event of a coronavirus vaccine as a “Christmas miracle.” 

Within the video, first woman Melania Trump acknowledged that this Christmas is totally different than 12 months’s previous because of the coronavirus pandemic, however mentioned they’ve been impressed this 12 months by the kindness and braveness of Americans.  

“Academics have labored terribly exhausting to maintain our college students studying, college students have delivered groceries to aged neighbors, communities have discovered new methods to remain related to at least one one other,” Melania Trump described. “Brave first responders, medical doctors and nurses, have given all the things to avoid wasting lives. Good scientists have developed remedies and vaccines.” 

The president added that the nation is delivering “hundreds of thousands of doses of a protected and efficient vaccine that can quickly finish this horrible pandemic and save hundreds of thousands and hundreds of thousands of lives.” 

“We’re grateful for the entire scientists, researchers, manufacturing staff and repair members who’ve labored tirelessly to make this breakthrough attainable. It’s really a Christmas miracle,” President Trump mentioned.

The couple additionally gave thanks within the message to the women and men of legislation enforcement and the U.S. army. 

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The president and the primary household returned to Florida on Wednesday and are anticipated to stay there by means of New Yr’s. 

Earlier this week, President Trump threatened to veto Congress’ $900 billion COVID-19 aid and year-end package deal. 

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