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Here’s how to have President Donald Trump say ‘Merry Christmas’ for you


A Florida-based company wants to say “Merry Christmas” to all, and is doing so with the help of President Donald Trump.

Our Friendly Forest designed the Trump Talking Christmas Card with a picture of the president on the cover wearing a Santa hat and the phrase, “Making Christmas Great Again!”

RELATED: Trump says people using “Merry Christmas” again

Inside, the card reads: “Christmas is not fake news. Merry Christmas!”

When someone opens the card, a recording plays, “We’re going to start saying Merry Christmas again. Merry Christmas.”

“We wanted to do something fun with President Trump’s statement at the 2017 Values Voter Summit, which fueled the idea for our new card,” said Jay Kamhi, president of Our Friendly Forest. “This is the only Christmas card in existence that actually features (Trump’s) proclamation that we all need to start saying Merry Christmas again.”

In an Oct. 13 speech, Trump lamented on the term “Happy Holidays.” 

RELATED: Salvation Army bell ringer hit for saying ‘Happy Holidays’ instead of ‘Merry Christmas’ (Dec. 2013)



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