Former President Donald Trump wished ‘Happy Easter’ while taking a jab at his historic election loss.

“Happy Easter to All, including the Radical Left CRAZIES who rigged our Presidential Election, and want to destroy our Country”

He tried stoking his claims of election fraud which led to the siege on Capitol Building earlier this year, during his last days in the Oval Office.

Former president Donald Trump has been banned from various social media platforms due to his outrageous and often misinformed tweets, so his official statement on Easter was retweeted by many of his staunch followers including journalists.

The tone of the Easter message was in typical Trump fashion. He had wished the new year the same way – the classic Trump depiction. He said, “to my many enemies who fought me over the years and lost badly and are clueless what to do; best wishes to them, to the haters and the losers also.”

Donald Trump sends Easter greetings to everyone His Easter message was a direct gibe on his political opponents as well as all the others who do not support his claims of a scammed Presidential Election in November 2020.

Trump has continuously blamed his defeat in the election to be an outcome of fraud, but in reality, there was no evidence found to support his claim.

On the other hand, President Joe Biden and First Lady Dr. Jill Biden wished Americans a happy Easter with a pre-recorded message. He encouraged the nation to get themselves vaccinated as they celebrate the second Easter in a row in times of the novel coronavirus. He claimed that vaccination is as important as any other moral obligation to combat the pandemic. He tweeted from his official account on Twitter stating: “From our family to yours, we wish you health, hope, joy, and peace. Happy Easter, everyone!”

Many other former presidents took to Twitter to send their Easter greetings. Former President Barack Obama was one of them. The 44th President of the United States of America exclaimed in his tweet that this was the time to thank for the blessings and hope for a better future.

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