Politics Trump: 'We are going to say merry Christmas again'

07:36  14 december  2016
07:36  14 december  2016 Source:   thehill.com

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Trump: 'We are going to say merry Christmas again' © Provided by The Hill Trump: 'We are going to say merry Christmas again'

At a "thank you" rally in Wisconsin Tuesday night, Donald Trump, flanked by a line of Christmas trees, said he was fulfilling a promise to the state to return to say "merry Christmas."

"So when I started 18 months ago, I told my first crowd in Wisconsin that we are going to come back here someday and we are going to say merry Christmas again," he said to cheers. "Merry Christmas. So, merry Christmas everyone. Happy New Year, but merry Christmas. And I am here today for one main reason: to say thank you to the people of Wisconsin."

Trump won Wisconsin, and picked up another 131 votes in a recount that concluded Monday.

While on the campaign trail, Trump railed against the politically correct, including the use of "happy holidays" over "merry Christmas."

Trump shared a similar message in Michigan a few days ago.

"Merry Christmas, everybody, merry Christmas!" he said. "Right? Merry Christmas."

"We're gonna start saying 'merry Christmas' again," Trump told the Michigan audience. "How about all those department stores, they have the bells and they have the red walls and they have the snow, but they don't have 'merry Christmas'? I think they're gonna start putting up 'merry Christmas.'"

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