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Trump, Christmas eve call, ask the child, if you still believe in Santa Claus

President Donald Trump speaks on the phone-sharing to keep track of updates of Santa’s movements from the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) Santa Tracker on Christmas eve, Monday, Dec. 24, 2018. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

President Trump and wife Melania Trump has interrupted a series of Christmas eve calls on Monday, by an exchange in which the President, apparently, a child is asked the belief in Santa Claus.

“Are you still a believer in Santa?” the President can be heard asking the child over the phone. “Because at 7, it’s marginal, right?” Trump then he laughed shortly before the completion of the conversation with the child. “You just go enjoy,” he said into the handset.

The calls were made in connection with the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) and the Organisation’s “Santa tracker.”

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“Help children all over the country track #Santa of my favorite traditions is to a! @Potus, and I really enjoyed working with @NORADSanta,” the first lady tweeted the following calls.

Both the President and the first lady celebrate Christmas in the White house, after Trump said he would be staying in DC after the partial government shutdown, which entered into force Saturday morning.

“I’m not going to go to Florida, because of the Shutdown Live in the White house, the President tweeted in addition to a MAGA hashtag.

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