The merry time of the year is finally here. Individuals across the world are celebrating one of the favourite festivals of the year—Christmas. While the adults are busy in giving a final touch to the Xmas decorations and dinner preparations, kids all over are waiting for their very own Santa Claus bringing presents for them and wishing Merry Christmas. But this innocent belief has just been ruined by the United States of America’s President Donald Trump and people are not happy with his act. With the arrival of December 25, 2018, the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) has activated its tracking system to detect Santa’s sleigh and nine reindeer as they glide through the night to every child’s house. Who is Santa Claus? Surprising Facts About Father Christmas, Including His Connection With Coca-Cola.
The President and the US First Lady Melania Trump appeared at NORAD to answer calls from kids who believe in the existence of Santa. The US President gave it a terrible onslaught by questioning a seven-year-old identified as Coleman if he believes in Santa Claus. “Are you still a believer in Santa?” Trump asked young Colemon, as reported by ABC News. “Because at seven it's marginal, right?” he continued. The President listened again and chuckled before saying, “well, you just enjoy yourself.” Find When and From Where is Santa Claus Coming to Your Town With This Fun Website.
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Melania Trump later tweeted that helping children to track Santa was “becoming one of my favourite traditions.”
— Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) December 25, 2018
Because of the partial government shutdown, Trump had reportedly been in a gloomy mood. In an attempt to participate in NORAD tracking Santa program, President Trump seems to just spoil kids’ belief. NORAD’s tracking Santa program had become a Christmas Eve tradition when reportedly in 1955 mistakenly called the forerunner to NORAD asking to speak to Santa. Most of the government offices were closed to the shutdown, but NORAD reported to continue the longstanding tradition no matter what.