Donald Trump hits back at Biden and declares November 5 ‘Christian Visibility Day’, Internet says ‘let’s make it happen’

Donald Trump hits back at Biden and declares November 5 ‘Christian Visibility Day’, Internet says ‘let’s make it happen’
Donald Trump lambasted President Joe Biden for officially recognizing Transgender Day of Visibility on Easter Sunday this year (Getty Images)

GREEN BAY, WISCONSIN: Former President Donald Trump made waves at a rally in Green Bay, Wisconsin, where he declared November 5 to be 'Christian Visibility Day' while lambasting President Biden for officially recognizing Transgender Day of Visibility on Easter Sunday this year.

Trump's rally, his first return to Wisconsin since 2022, came as voters in the battleground state prepared to cast their ballots on Tuesday, April 2.

Trump declares 'Christian Visibility Day'

Addressing a fervent crowd of supporters, Trump wasted no time in attacking Biden's acknowledgment of Transgender Day of Visibility, which traditionally falls on March 31 but coincided with Easter Sunday this year.

"And what the hell was Biden thinking when he declared Easter Sunday to be Trans Visibility Day?" Trump exclaimed, eliciting boos from the audience.

He criticized Biden's decision as "such total disrespect to Christians" and called for November 5 to be renamed "Christian Visibility Day".

"November 5th is going to be called something else. You know what it's going to be called? Christian Visibility Day, when Christians turn out in numbers that nobody has ever seen before," Trump proclaimed, garnering cheers from the crowd.

"Let's call it Christian Visibility Day," he said, as quoted by Fox News.



 

The clash between Trump and Biden over religious and LGBTQ+ rights issues has intensified in recent years. Biden, in 2021, became the first American president to formally recognize Transgender Day of Visibility, a move that received backlash from conservative groups.

This year, with the holiday coinciding with Easter Sunday, tensions escalated further.

In response to Biden's proclamation, the Trump campaign issued a scathing rebuke, labeling it "appalling and insulting" and demanding an apology from the president - a practicing Catholic - to Christians nationwide. The White House, however, defended Biden's statement, denouncing the criticism as "cruel, hateful, and dishonest rhetoric".

Trump's rally served as a platform not only to criticize Biden but also to mock his Democratic opponent's personal attributes.

The former president took aim at Biden's golfing skills, questioning his self-proclaimed handicap and challenging him to a debate "anytime, anyplace."

"His biggest lie of all - you ever see him swinging a golf club?" Trump asked the crowd before comically hunching over, "He's like this."

Trump noted how Biden claimed he was a six handicap. "He's not a six handicap! He's not a 36 handicap," the former president quipped.



 

The battleground state of Wisconsin holds significance for both Trump and Biden, with narrow margins separating their victories in previous elections. As the rematch looms, polls indicate a tight race, with Trump holding a slight advantage according to RealClearPolitics.

Despite Trump's strong showing in Wisconsin, Biden has continued to make inroads, particularly among senior voters. Trump appears to have taken cognizance of this.

“Unlike Biden and the open borders Democrats, I will always protect Medicare and Social Security for our great seniors,” he said on Tuesday.

“On day one, I will terminate Crooked Joe’s insane electric vehicle mandate,” he added. “If this Biden’s ban on gasoline cars goes into effect, the US auto industry will be slaughtered. All of your carmaking here and a place that I just got back from, Michigan, will all be gone.”

Internet reacts to Trump declaring 'Christian Visibility Day'

Social media erupted with reactions following Trump's declaration of "Christian Visibility Day," with supporters applauding the move as a return to traditional values.

"Yes! Let’s make this happen. Our country can be fixed if we return our nation to God," one posted on X.

"Wonderful idea to give ourselves such a great day!" another wrote.

"The Democrats’ hate for Christians is winning the election for Trump," someone else offered.

"Sanity and entertainment. Give me the GOAT back," another gushed.



 



 



 



 

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