The Trumps and Pope Francis both pray for peace in Christmas messages

The Trumps release video message for Christmas
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From Florida on Monday, President Trump tweeted a prerecorded Christmas video message from the White House in which he said he and first lady Melania Trump "are delighted to wish America and the entire world a very merry Christmas." Trump talked about "the miracle of Christmas" for Christians, which he highlighted with a passage from Isaiah, and Melania Trump said that "this Christmas season we celebrate our blessings as Americans and we pray for peace all over the world."

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