Iraqis Celebrate Defeat Of ISIS By Erecting 30 Foot Christmas Tree In Baghdad

This has been a great year. Trump has brought ‘Merry Christmas’ back to America and defeated ISIS too! And Baghdad is so happy, they’re celebrating Christmas too! This is what the Trump era looks like at Christmas.

Breitbart  reports:

Residents of Baghdad have erected a 30-foot-tall Christmas tree to celebrate Christmas and to mark the end of the terror army Islamic State (ISIS), beaten back by Iraqi Security Forces.

The giant tree made international news, according to a Fox News tweet which read, “Iraqi Christians have raised a 30-ft. tall Christmas tree in Baghdad to celebrate both the holiday and the expulsion of ISIS extremists by Iraq Security Forces”:

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Presidential spokesperson Sarah Huckabee Sanders also remarked on the incredible display in a December 24 tweet reading, “Thank God for the President’s leadership in fight to defeat ISIS”:

The left wing Washington Press is having a hard time swallowing this great success. They reported these sour grapes:

Trump’s White House Press Secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, under her official government Twitter account @PressSec, perverted the already misguided headline by using it to congratulate the President on his “leadership” that she tacitly suggested resulted in this profuse display of Christianity.

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While the crazy left may be stewing over this great accomplishment, the rest of us are celebrating the season and the event.

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