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Trump 2020 campaign national press secretary Kayleigh McEnany, as with snow flakes during this holiday time.
President Trump campaign will be offered a gift of sorts and the trailers in time for Christmas with a new website designed to help you win, to have arguments with “snowflake” to relatives, while home for the holidays.
The Website SnowFlakeVictory.com examined, to show the 12 questions with the intention of the readers of” how to win an argument with your liberal relatives.” Topics of the economy, immigration and the Trump border wall, health, trade offers, accusation, Joe Biden, and the Green New Deal.
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“Holiday with the family. Full of love. Full of laugh. And full of the inevitable conversations with family liberal who just will not believe how big America is the says with the President’s trump card in the office,” a message.
Trump’s campaign national press secretary Kayleigh McEnany discusses the initiative on Wednesday morning on “Fox & Friends”, and how it is similar to the Motto of tip guides of the left-hand side is aimed at prepping readers for dealing with a trump card-the support of the family.
“This article operate from a position of fear. You know, you are afraid that MAGA uncle,” McEnany said. “Well, that is empowering. That is to say, hey, if you flake, a liberal snow, do not back down, here are the facts, the facts that do not share a lot of the media you are.”
On a more serious note, the White house sent an official Christmas message from the President on Wednesday morning, respect for military service members, and more.
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“As we celebrate Christmas, let us remember the precious religious liberties, to secure which our forefathers so righteously fought for. We also stop to pay homage to these brave men and women of our armed forces who continue to fight for our cherished freedoms. As Commander in Chief, I salute you for your service and thank your families for their sacrifices together in this noble mission, especially during the holiday season,” Trump said in the message.