Biden and Trump release very different Easter messages

President Biden and his predecessor sent an Easter message as different as the man himself. Other living presidents have joined as well.

Biden, who wished the country “Happy Easter” on Twitter, recalled the teachings of the Christian savior Jesus Christ in his mission.

“Today, when we look back on the resurrection of Christ, we remember that with faith, hope, and love, even death can be defeated,” the president tweeted. “From our family to your family, we wish God peace that you pass through hope, health, joy, and all understanding. Happy Easter. God blesses and protects you. I hope you do. “

Easter is a Christian festival commemorating the resurrection of Jesus three days after the crucifixion died. For many Christians, Easter is the end of the Lent of fasting and repentance.

Former President Donald Trump has used his holidays to launch a passive attack on his perceived enemies on Earth, including New York Attorney General of New York Letitia James, who is investigating Trump. ..

“May she stay healthy despite the fact that she keeps driving business out of New York while maintaining crime, death, and destruction in New York!” James said, “Racism.” Read a message from Trump’s Save American Political Action Commission, also known as “a person.”

Trump was banned from Twitter on January 6, 2021, following an attack on the Capitol by his followers.

Read the second message of Trump’s PAC, “Happy Easter to everyone, including the radical left-wing maniac who are trying everything to destroy our country.” “They may not succeed, but still make them happy, healthy, wealthy and energetic!”

The message of the 45th President is similar to the Easter greetings from 2021. He insisted on the 2020 election, which was defeated by casting more than 7 million votes to Biden. Trump continues to push his claim in 2022.

In 2013, before engaging in politics, Trump commemorated the 12th anniversary of a terrorist attack on the World Trade Center, killing nearly 3,000 people in tweets of the same nature.

“On this special day of September 11th, I want to convey my best wishes to everyone, both dislikes and losers,” he writes.

Former President Barack Obama wanted Americans to have a Passover festival on Friday and a “blessed and fun Easter” on Sunday.

“Thank you for all the gifts we enjoy and those who make this life special after a few difficult years.” The 44th President Tweeted..

Jimmy Carter Presidential Library also tweeted a wish for “Happy Easter” With a photo White House Easter Bunny, 1977.

Former President Bill Clinton hadn’t posted an Easter message by noon on Sunday, but former First Lady Hillary Clinton went to Twitter hoping for a “Happy Easter” for everyone. With a photo Of the two with the Easter Bunny.