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Trump’s Christmas Message To His Enemies

In a departure from the traditional verses of the well-known ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas poem, former President Donald Trump presented a fresh rendition of the classic “Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night” line through social media on his Truth Social platform.

On Christmas Day, Trump extended his holiday wishes with a distinctive twist, directing his message towards various figures. He included “Crooked Joe Biden’s ONLY HOPE,” Deranged Jack Smith, whom he labeled an out-of-control lunatic embarking on a poorly executed witch hunt against ‘TRUMP’ and ‘MAGA.’ Trump further criticized Smith’s hiring of external attorneys, emphasizing their association with the swamp.

The former president’s festive greeting encompassed a broad spectrum, ranging from “World Leaders both good and bad” to condemning what he termed “SICK thugs” in the U.S. He listed a litany of grievances, including issues like open borders, inflation, the Afghanistan surrender, the Green New Scam, high taxes, lack of energy independence, woke military, and international conflicts.

Expressing disdain, Trump concluded this unconventional holiday message with a fervent wish that those he criticized “ROT IN HELL,” followed by a reiteration of “MERRY CHRISTMAS!”

Amidst various Christmas-themed posts, Trump asserted his position as the leading contender for the Republican nomination in the upcoming 2024 presidential race. Another post featured a scene from the 1992 film Home Alone 2: Lost in New York, where Trump made a brief cameo. Additionally, Trump used his platform to disparage former President Barack Obama’s Affordable Care Act, vowing to introduce a superior and more cost-effective healthcare alternative.

Despite facing legal challenges, Trump’s popularity continues to soar in the Republican presidential nomination race. Recent polls indicate that less than one-third of GOP primary voters support all his rivals combined. Trump’s dominance in the primary race has surged to 69%, marking a 7-point increase since November and an impressive 26-point rise since February. His rivals, including Ron DeSantis, Nikki Haley, Vivek Ramaswamy, Chris Christie, and Asa Hutchinson, trail behind with varying degrees of support.