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Donald Trump Memes Himself Again After Christmas Rant In St. Louis

President Trump was in St. Louis Tuesday to discuss the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 when the conversation turned to the "War on Christmas." The President bemoaned American society's perceived hesitance to say "Merry Christmas" and gestured at a sign below him. Unfortunately, he forgot that pointing at a sign of any kind makes you instant meme fodder. Redditors quickly sprang into action, turning into a wealth of absurd memes. 

Trumps seems to have a unique talent when it comes to becoming a meme. There are too many memes attributed to the 45th president to even count. There are the most tremendous Trump Memes that really are all about him. There are meme's about Trump's space force and there are those memes of Trump staring at a solar eclipse

Really doesn't matter what side of the political aisle you are on, Trump is a fixture in the meme community, so laugh it up before it is no longer funny.


Trump memes of the president pointing at Merry Christmas sign, photoshop memes.
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merry christmas vs happy holidays by region
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The War on Christmas is real, y'all. (Just kidding, it's still not a real thing.)

If you hail from the Midwest, you're most likely to feel the burning, hateful stare of a little old lady furious that you've wished her a holiday greeting other than "Merry Christmas." The Southern United States on the other hand, prefers "Happy Holidays." According to FiveThirtyEight, 20% of the South's respondents are African American, who show a strong preference for the secular greeting. 

Religion and politics also come into play in this national data, with "republicans opposing “happy holidays” at the strongest rates and most consistently across the nation. Republican responses probably reflect opposition to political correctness as much as (and perhaps more so than) spiritual sympathies. Republicans as a whole (30 percent) outpace even evangelical Republicans (38 percent) in their anemic support for saying “happy holidays.” In other words, republicans have no chill.

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Interestingly, areas known for being particularly non-religious, like Oregon, tend to prefer "Merry Christmas" because it's just not a big deal: "the social stakes are low — Christmas is not an entre to conversations about what church you attend, but more about presents, ugly sweaters and Santa." If you're strolling through Portland, you're less likely to start a battle in the War on Christmas with any kind of festive greeting than you are in a state with a large Christian population that's looking to defend their holy holiday.

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It seems like the War on Christmas starts earlier and earlier every year. I only just put away my torch and pitchfork from last year.