[WATCH] The Trump Christmas Miracle Nobody Saw Coming

HERSHEY, PA - DECEMBER 15, 2016: President-Elect Donald Trump arrives on stage to deliver a speech at a Thank You tour rally held at the Giant Center.

It’s a narrative that’s becoming tiring, and predictable.

Any time President Donald Trump does something that bring together the entire country, the mainstream media either ignores it, or finds a way to slam Trump.

And late last week was just another example of the blind hatred for Trump on full display.

You see, last Thursday, President Trump delivered a powerful message about Christmas that the pundits in the mainstream media refused to give him any credit for.

Well, we have it here… and it’s a message you’ll want to share with your friends (even your Trump-bashing friends).



As first reported by The Blaze, Trump and First Lady Melania Trump told a large crowd gathered in Washington, D.C., for the lighting of the National Christmas Tree that the biblical story of the birth of Jesus Christ is the true meaning of the holiday season.

"In 1923, President Calvin Coolidge lit the first National Christmas tree," Trump said, according to a transcript of his remarks shared by LifeSiteNews. "Later that night, African-American community centers held an outdoor worship service on these grounds, and during that service the Washington Monument was illuminated with a beautiful cross, a powerful reminder of the meaning of Christmas."

According to the report, Trump also drew a connection between the occasion and the story of the nativity of Jesus as told in the gospels of Matthew and Luke that has been enshrined in the Christmas tradition

"More than two thousand years ago, a brilliant star shown in the east," he said. "Wise men traveled far and they came and they stood under the star where they found the Holy Family, in Bethlehem," Trump added, referring to the St. Matthew's account of Jesus' birth.

"As the Bible tells us, when the wise men had come into the house, they saw the young child with Mary His mother, and fell down and worshipped Him," the president continued. "Christians give thanks that the Son of God came into the world to save humanity," he said. "Jesus Christ inspires us to love one another with hearts full of generosity and grace."

Haven’t seen the footage in the mainstream media? Then check out his entire speech below. You’ll love this!

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