September 21, 2021

President Donald Trump has been sharing his Christmas message from New Jersey on social media since December 21.

A few hours ago, President Trump shared a Christmas message he received from his wife, Melania, on Twitter.

It’s a beautiful picture.

The president is in New Jersey!

Melania is at home in Florida!

#HappyHoliday #Christmas pic.twitter.com/g6VQt5tDqH — Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) December 22, 2017The message came as a result of Trump’s call with a group of young children in Florida, where he said he’s doing “great things.”

The president’s Christmas tweet also was met with a mix of joy and sadness on social platforms, including Twitter.

“I’m here today to say that we are blessed and thankful for this wonderful day, the day that you are having and the day the world is celebrating.

And I would like to thank you for being so gracious and generous,” Trump said in his tweet.”

And I would ask you, dear children, if you want to share your thoughts with us, you can.”

Trump’s Christmas letter, which included an invitation to the White House to watch the football game between the Miami Dolphins and New England Patriots on Dec. 24, also included a Christmas card and a card thanking his wife for her work in the White White House.

“Melania and I were blessed to have a wonderful marriage, and I will always cherish the time we had together.

This is a wonderful day for all of us,” Trump wrote.”

Happy Holidays to you, your families and friends!””

It’s been a very, very busy Christmas season for us.

I’m grateful for the opportunities you’ve had to live life and to enjoy Christmas.”

The White House did not respond to a request for comment.

In a tweet from his personal account, Trump wrote that he was enjoying the holiday season with his family.

“It is such a beautiful day, and Christmas is now just a few short days away.

I will miss you all so much,” Trump tweeted.”

But this is the time for celebration, not mourning, and to celebrate with family, friends and loved ones.”

President Trump tweeted a Christmas video in December, in which he played the role of Santa Claus, thanking the public for their help in his quest to raise money for a charity.

Trump is known to be a philanthropist, with $2.5 billion pledged to charities through a $1 billion trust he established in 2009, according to Forbes.

The president also announced the appointment of former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani as his secretary of homeland security, an official position that was created last year.