Trump blasts Obamacare, ‘crooked’ Biden and boasts about polling that has him up FITFY points ahead of Republican field in epic Christmas Day Truth Social rant

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Written By Maya Cantina
  •  Trump went on a rant against his political opponents on Christmas
  • A short clip shared on social media shows the former president eating at a table with a small group of people in a fancy dining hall at his Palm Beach resort
  • It comes after he extended holiday wishes to the American people on Christmas Eve, expressing prayers for their health and safety – and a victory in the polls

Donald Trump blasted both his Democratic and Republican opponents – and bragged about his poll numbers – in a blistering Christmas Day rant on his Truth Social platform. 

In the first of a series of posts on Monday, the former president first took aim at Biden, who he called ‘THE WORST AND MOST CORRUPT PRESIDENT IN THE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES.’

Trump wrote: ‘2024 WILL GO DOWN AS THE YEAR OF GREAT AND FULLY COORDINATED ILLEGAL ELECTION INTERFERENCE BY CROOKED JOE BIDEN… THE DOJ, FBI, A.G.’s, & D.A.’s THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY, BUT DESPITE IT ALL, IN THE END, THERE WILL BE A BIG AND GLORIOUS VICTORY FOR THOSE BRAVE AND VALIANT PATRIOTS WHO WANT TO MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN. MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL!!!’

Despite wishing his followers a merry Christmas, Trump added: ‘It’s hard to have a truly great Christmas when you have a Crooked and Incompetent President who wants to put his Political Opponent in jail.’

The candidate for president then shared a recent polls that shows him in first place, 50 points ahead, in the race for the Republican ticket and denied that former South Carolina governor Nikki Haley has seen a surge in numbers, after a different poll showed her just four points behind him. 

Donald Trump blasted both his Democratic and Republican opponents – and bragged about his poll numbers 

Donald Trump was spotted dining with fans at Mar-a-Lago after wishing America 'and the world' Merry Christmas in a Truth Social video

Donald Trump was spotted dining with fans at Mar-a-Lago after wishing America ‘and the world’ Merry Christmas in a Truth Social video 

He continued: ‘There is no Haley SURGE (except against Ron), or DeSanctus BOUNCE. Fake News is all you get!!!’

Trump then randomly jumped to discussing Obamacare, saying it ‘is too expensive, and otherwise, not good healthcare.’

He added: ‘I will come up with a much better, and less expensive, alternative! People will be happy, not sad!’

The Christmas rant comes after Trump dined with fans at Mar-a-Lago on Christmas Eve after wishing America ‘and the world’ Merry Christmas in a Truth Social video.

A short clip shared on social media showed the former president eating at a table with a small group of people in a fancy dining hall at his Palm Beach resort last night. 

Trump was seen using a laptop before digging in to a bowl of food while singers belted out ‘Hallelujah’ in the background. 

It comes after the 77-year-old extended holiday wishes to the American people on Christmas Eve, expressing prayers for their health and safety – and a victory in the polls.

A short clip shared on social media shows the former president eating at a table with a small group of people in a fancy dining hall at his Palm Beach resort

A short clip shared on social media shows the former president eating at a table with a small group of people in a fancy dining hall at his Palm Beach resort

Trump was seen using a laptop before digging in to a bowl of food for a few seconds while singers can be heard performing 'Hallelujah'

Trump was seen using a laptop before digging in to a bowl of food for a few seconds while singers can be heard performing ‘Hallelujah’

In the video, shared to his Truth Social account Sunday afternoon, Trump conveyed warm wishes for a happy, joyous and wonderful Christmas season.

Emphasizing the significance of the birth of Jesus Christ, he highlighted the ancient story as a source of joy, hope and peace. 

‘Melania and I would like to wish everyone a happy, joyous, and wonderful Christmas season,’ he said. 

‘In this holy time of year, Christians everywhere give thanks that over 2,000 years ago, God sent his only son into the world to be the savior of all mankind. The birth of Jesus Christ is the true miracle we celebrate each Christmas,’ Trump continued.

He is the ultimate source of our joy, our hope, and our sense of peace, and goodwill as we gather with family and loved ones. It is such a great time of the year. This is why we can never stop saying that beautiful phrase, ‘Merry Christmas,’ he said. 

On Christmas Eve, Former President Donald Trump extended holiday wishes to the American people, expressing prayers for their health and safety, and a victory in the polls

On Christmas Eve, Former President Donald Trump extended holiday wishes to the American people, expressing prayers for their health and safety, and a victory in the polls

‘This holiday we give thanks for many blessings God has bestowed upon us,’ Trump added.

Trump concluded with a prayer for the safety of the military, and a vision for a stronger and greater America in the future. 

‘We pray for the safety of our men and women in uniform at home and abroad. And we ask God to guide us, give us strength, and watch over us in this pivotal year ahead. With His help, by this time next year, we will be well on our way to making America safer, stronger, greater, and more prosperous than ever before,’ Trump continued, 

‘Once again, Melania and I wish you a very Merry Christmas. God bless you all. May 2024 be the best year of our lives,’ he concluded. 

The video, captioned ‘MERRY CHRISTMAS!’ garnered thousands of likes and comments with supporters offering holiday greetings and expressing support for Trump’s 2024 presidential run.

Pollsters and political strategists claim that the Colorado Supreme Court ruling will only boost Donald Trump's chances of winning in 2024

Pollsters and political strategists claim that the Colorado Supreme Court ruling will only boost Donald Trump’s chances of winning in 2024

'Donald Trump thrives on negativity, he thrives on legal systems that try to hold him accountable, And I'm convinced that his polling numbers are going to go up,' pollster and political consultant Frank Luntz told CNN

‘Donald Trump thrives on negativity, he thrives on legal systems that try to hold him accountable, And I’m convinced that his polling numbers are going to go up,’ pollster and political consultant Frank Luntz told CNN

Earlier this week, pollsters and political strategists claimed Trump is more likely to win in 2024 after Colorado ruled to keep the ex-president off the primary ballot.

The bombshell ruling by Colorado to remove Donald Trumpfrom the state’s primary election ballot will be ‘rocket fuel’ for his chances of winning the White House in a 2024 rematch against Joe Biden, pollsters and pundits predict.

The former president’s son Eric Trump also claimed the Colorado Supreme Court’s decision will increase his father’s frontrunner status in the Republican primary race by at least 5 percent.

It came after a Tuesday night ruling by the state’s highest court that Trump violated Section 3 of the 14th Amendment – the Constitution’s so-called ‘insurrection clause’.

The 4-3 decision from Democratic-appointed justices was that Trump engaged in an insurrection on January 6 , 2021 and therefore disqualified himself from running for public office.

It is the first time in history that the insurrection clause has been used to prevent a presidential candidate from appearing on a state’s presidential ballot.

But Trump’s campaign plans to take the issue to the U.S. Supreme Court, where the break-down is six conservative justices to three liberal justices. Three of the sitting justices were appointed by Trump.

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump speak on the phone with children as they track Santa Claus with the North American Aerospace Defense Command, NORAD, back in 2018

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump speak on the phone with children as they track Santa Claus with the North American Aerospace Defense Command, NORAD, back in 2018

Melania Trump decorated the East Colonnade with dramatic white branches in 2017, the first year she served as first lady. The photoshoot of her walking through the hallway in her bell-shaped white dress was turned into a meme and labeled creepy

Melania Trump decorated the East Colonnade with dramatic white branches in 2017, the first year she served as first lady. The photoshoot of her walking through the hallway in her bell-shaped white dress was turned into a meme and labeled creepy 

High-profile pollster and political consultant Frank Luntz said in an interview Tuesday that the Colorado ruling will have ‘the same impact as his 91 indictments,’ which saw Trump’s poll numbers jump.

‘Trump is now even more likely to beat Biden,’ he predicted in the interview.

Trump is facing felony charges in New York, Washington, D.C., Florida and Georgia related to election interference, mishandling of classified documents and hush money payments.

With each new set of charges, Trump saw boosts to his polling in his already commanding primary race lead.

‘Every time Trump has [h]ad an adverse engagement with the legal system, it has been like rocket fuel with Republican voters because it reinforces his core message that he is (and has been) unfairly treated since the moment he burst on to the scene,’ Republican strategist Scott Jennings said in a statement to DailyMail.com.

‘Republicans see this in the same way they saw two impeachments, the indictments, the Russia investigation, and all the rest – just another attempt by the elites and the Democrats to stop Trump and his voters from getting a fair shake in an election,’ he added in lining up with Luntz’s take on the latest ruling.

‘For Trump haters, this is like getting drunk at your office Christmas Party,’ Jennings said. ‘It may seem like fun tonight, but you will really, really regret it tomorrow.’

Trump lost Colorado by 13 points to Joe Biden in 2020 and does not need the state to regain the White House in 2024.

Former President Donald Trump, seen in 2016, is offering Christmas wrapping paper with the mugshot taken when he was processed in Fulton County, Georgia

Former President Donald Trump, seen in 2016, is offering Christmas wrapping paper with the mugshot taken when he was processed in Fulton County, Georgia

Making a list: The Trump campaign is marketing the president's infamous mugshot on wrapping paper being offered as a gift to contributors

Making a list: The Trump campaign is marketing the president’s infamous mugshot on wrapping paper being offered as a gift to contributors

Last month,  Trump unveiled his infamous mugshot on Christmas-themed wrapping paper in a plea for campaign donations.

Trump, who has been known to hold campaign rallies with prominent Christmas decor and who claimed in 2016 to have brought back the phrase ‘Merry Christmas,’ blasted out an email appeal to his supporters Saturday.

‘If you’re anything like President Trump, then all YOU want for Christmas is…TO MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!’ began the appeal from ‘Team Trump.’

‘Which is why the President has instructed our team to begin shipping out FREE rolls of our limited-edition wrapping paper to ANY patriot who contributes $47 or more to help save our country from Crooked Joe Biden and the Radical Democrats.’

A link takes supporters to a donation page featuring an image of a large wrapped box with a green bow on top. 

The gift is wrapped in paper with a black and white image of Trump after he was processed in a Fulton County courthouse after being indicted on racketeering charges related to his effort to overturn the 2020 election results.

Trump made use of his mugshot in Fulton County Georgia since he was processed in August

Trump made use of his mugshot in Fulton County Georgia since he was processed in August

The photo has been altered to show Trump wearing a Santa hat. 

The page says the ‘NEVER SURRENDER MUGSHOT WRAPPING PAPER’ is a ‘FREE’ gift to those who donate. It then asks visitors to click tabs ranging from $47 to $3,300, the maximum allowable individual federal campaign contribution. 

It is a ‘limited-edition’ offer pegged to the holidays, which come just weeks before the Iowa caucuses, which offer Ron DeSantis the best shot to try to dent his poll-leading rival. 

Supporters can also pay $35 for ‘MAGA Fist Bump Wrapping paper’ on Trump’s merchandise page, where he has previously marketed his mug shot on a coffee mug.

For those who can’t wait until Christmas morning for their Trump surprise, there is also a ‘Never Surrender Christmas Stocking’ on sale. 

While Trump is milking his mugshot to boost his campaign coffers, his legal morass has also been costing him tens of millions of dollars in legal fees. 

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