Social media has not spared Donald Trump on Christmas too. The American president is being trolled on the microblogging site Twitter, apparently to question Santa Claus about the beliefs of the 8-year-old boy.
Donald and Melanie Trump were participating in a White House Christmas tradition, in which the President and the first woman join the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) call center,
to inquire about Santa Claus and his gift delivery Some children make some calls Children from all over the country call for inquiries about their Christmas gifts and some of these calls are answered by the President.
However, this year Trump’s behavior on a trumpet is spreading on social media.
As it can be seen in the video of viral conversation on Twitter, a gaudy trump asks some tough questions from 7-year-old Coleman. After wishing Merry Christmas and asking how he was and how old he was, Trump asked the child if he believed in Santa Claus.
“Do you still believe in Santa, because at the age of 7, is this right?” POTUS asked, apparently amazed at the thought. They concluded with the phone call “Well, you just enjoy yourself.”
Due to a government shutdown affecting many federal departments and agencies, this Christmas had to face a lot of internal criticism to the U.S. President.
However, the 7-year-old old depressed NORAD phone has left some adults dissatisfied with social media. Many people thought that message to the President’s child was not Christmas.
Twitter is comparing President Trump with President Trump
A day later, when American President Donald Trump asked a 7-year-old child if he still believes in Santa Claus, then social media is compared to President John Kennedy’s response to one in 1961, when he A little girl assured that Santa is alive and well.
Mr Trump managed to raise eyebrows across the world, while answering the concerns of children worried about Monday evening, he asked Coleman, a 7 year old girl: “Are you still a believer in Santa Claus?” Cuz on the seven is marginal, is not it? ”
Now, everyone has different reactions in a letter from John F. Kennedy, a girl named Mitchell, shared on Twitter by Presidential historian Michael Besclaus.
President Kennedy wrote, “I am glad that you got your letter about the bombing of the North Pole and preventing the life of Santa Claus from jeopardizing.”
“However, you should not worry about Santa Claus, I talked to him and he is fine, he will start his tour on Christmas again.”