The Republican National Committee resolved is part of a Christmas statement he made on Sunday, after some of its wording, sparked outrage in social media.
The paragraph in the RNC, the statement was questioned: “Merry Christmas to all! Over two millennia, a new hope, a Savior who would offer was born into the world, the promise of salvation for all mankind. Just as the three wise men on that night, this Christmas is a time for celebration heralding the good news of a new king.”
The news started a heated discussion on social media about the question whether the reference to a “new king” about President Donald Trump.
John Weaver, a top aide to Ohio Gov. John Kasich tweeted his displeasure with the statement.
Dear RNC: We do not have a “new king”. What the hell is wrong with you people? #TwoPaths #Vigilance
— John Weaver (@JWGOP) 25. December 2016
RNC spokesman and future Trump spokesman Sean Spicer clarified that reporting of CNN, said that reference absolutely nothing to do with trump and “Christ is the king in the Christian faith.”
Spicer later said it was “sad & disappointing, you politicize such a Holy day.”
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