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Donald Trump Is Getting Dragged for Somehow Making His Easter Message All About Himself

BURNSVILLE, MN - APRIL 15: U.S. President Donald Trump speaks at a roundtable on the economy and tax reform at Nuss Trucking and Equipment on April 15, 2019 in Burnsville, Minnesota. At the special Tax Day roundtable Trump gave a defense of his 2017 tax cuts.(Photo by Adam Bettcher/Getty Images)

Millions of Christians across America celebrated Easter on Sunday—attending church services, hunting eggs, feasting with family, and thanking their version of God.

In a way, Donald Trump also spent Easter worshipping at the altar of his God: himself.


The President took to Twitter to wish his followers a happy Easter, using the platform and occasion to gloat about the economy and his satisfaction with his own performance.

The message comes just days after a redacted version of the Mueller Report was released to lawmakers and the public, detailing the attempts of the President to hinder the Special Counsel investigation by asking others to lie.

The message wasn't received warmly.

Some saw it as cheapening a holiday that, for Christians, is spent reflecting on the crucifixion and resurrection of Christ.

Then again, Donald Trump often uses holidays to gloat or bully on Twitter. The sentiments usually backfire.

What a mess.