Former President Donald Trump issued multiple Easter messages on Sunday, starting innocently enough with a positive message of “peace and prosperity” before moving on to skewer Democrats.
At 9:45 on Easter Sunday, a statement from Trump sent out by the ’45 Office’ was released.
“Happy Easter to all,” the message read. “May there be great peace and prosperity throughout the World!”
Simple. Disciplined. In line with the spirit of the holiday.
But it didn’t take long for Trump to pivot to the feisty fighter we all know and appreciate.
To be perfectly honest, Trump’s initial message stood out for its simplicity and unwillingness to veer off on a tangent.
And this must have bothered the former President, because less than one hour later another Easter message was released, this time from the ‘Save America PAC’ account.
“Happy Easter to all including the Radical Left Maniacs who are doing everything possible to destroy our Country,” he said. “May they not succeed, but let them, nevertheless, be happy, healthy, wealthy, and well!”
Just an incredible display of brilliance, to be honest.
Though, one has to note that the only way to get to the “peace and prosperity” in Trump’s first Easter message is to make sure Democrats never again succeed in electing a man hell-bent on trying to “destroy our country” like President Biden.
Less than 40 minutes after sending that gem, Donald Trump sent another message targeting a particular Democrat – New York Attorney General Letitia James.
“Happy Easter to failed gubernatorial candidate and racist Attorney General Letitia James,” he wrote.
“May she remain healthy despite the fact that she will continue to drive business out of New York while at the same time keeping crime, death, and destruction in New York!”
He could have just bought her a ham or some Cadbury Creme Eggs.
Instead, Trump is offering James some tough love this Easter season.
James and the Manhattan district attorney’s office have been investigating whether Trump lowered property values on his tax forms but raised them in paperwork for lenders.
She has tried to have the former President and his adult children sit for depositions and requested that a judge hold Trump in contempt and fine him $10,000/day for not turning over documents.
Trump has responded to the inquiry by filing a federal lawsuit asking for an injunction against the probe.
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