"I'm very proud of that, actually," Trump told Mike Huckabee of his supposed "War on Christmas" victory.
One commenter under the response video said: "So much for Christmas being about Jesus, their savior…I can't anymore."
Iowa Republican congressman Steve King's campaign expressed shock and mocked "tolerant liberals" in response to a parody account meme about a Starbucks manager firing employees who say "Merry Christmas."
The president made the bizarre claim that people "change the name" of Thanksgiving during rally in Florida.
Charleston, West Virginia, reversed their decision to rename their Christmas parade after complaints.
"...In this case, it's calling a gingerbread man a gingerbread person, when obviously they're men," said Bruce.
Trump's three-sentence statement, issued Tuesday, contained similar language to Obama's previous remarks but included little of Obama's emphasis on the broader values of African-American heritage.
Back in 2010, Trump candidly wished his Twitter followers a "happy holiday."
Ivanka Trump, who was raised Christian, converted to Judaism in 2009 when she married Jared Kushner.
"Just skip church it's all fake news," the billboard says.
Trevor Noah's show riffs on the so-called 'War on Christmas.'
The trend dates back to the 12th century, but Trump's ex-campaign manager is not a fan.