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“Apologize for your Easter comments” — Trump to Biden



"Apologize for your Easter comments" -- Trump to Biden

Appalling and insulting, Trump comes after President Joe Biden for inciting comments against Catholics and Christians.

Former President Donald Trump has demanded an immediate apology from President Joe Biden, citing outrage among millions of Christians and Catholics after the proclamation of Easter Sunday as Trans Visibility Day.

The move has been deemed by the Trump campaign as part of the Biden administration’s purported ‘years-long assault on the Christian faith.’

The call for an apology from President Biden follows widespread condemnation from prominent politicians and conservative commentators, who expressed dismay over the declaration of March 31 as “Transgender Day of Visibility” coinciding with Easter Sunday, the most solemn Christian holiday.

House Speaker Mike Johnson took to social media to voice his discontent, asserting that the Biden administration had betrayed the central significance of Easter, which commemorates the resurrection of Jesus Christ.

Johnson criticized the administration for purportedly disregarding sacred traditions while simultaneously endorsing the recognition of Easter Sunday as ‘Transgender Day.’

The controversy stemmed from President Biden’s proclamation of March 31 as “Transgender Day of Visibility,” which coincided with Easter Sunday this year, sparking fury among conservative circles.

Trump’s national press secretary, Karoline Leavitt, condemned Biden’s proclamation as “appalling and insulting,” characterizing it as yet another example of the administration’s alleged assault on the Christian faith over the years.

"Apologize for your Easter comments" -- Trump to Biden

Leavitt called on President Biden’s administration to issue an apology to the millions of Catholics and Christians across America who consider Easter Sunday solely dedicated to the celebration of Jesus Christ’s resurrection.

Additionally, Leavitt accused the Biden administration of banning religious egg designs from its Easter Art Event, an integral part of the White House’s Easter traditions, which also includes the annual Easter Egg Roll.