Trump's Christmas message to the troops: 'We're winning'

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President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump deliver their 2017 Christmas message to America and the world.

"Every American heart is thankful to you and we are asking God to watch over you and to watch over your families", Trump added.

He singled out the Coast Guard for the service's work during a series of deadly USA hurricanes that caused billions of dollars in damage and that parts of the country are still recovering from.

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President Trump says he's pleased that people are "saying Merry Christmas again". "What a job you've done". 'So I want to congratulate the Coast Guard for having done an incredible job'.

"I predict that Santa will bring you building blocks, so many you won't be able to use them all", he said. "The Coast Guard saved thousands and thousands of lives, nearly it's unbelievable when I look at the charts, I saw the number of lives you saved", Trump told them. 'Enjoy yourselves. Really appreciate it, have a great Christmas and we're going to do some very personal questions between these great peple and myself'.

"Today is a day that I've been looking very much forward to all year long", the president said as he spoke at the 95th annual National Christmas Tree lighting ceremony last month.

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Trump ate Christmas Eve dinner with his family before attending worship services with the first lady at the Episcopal church in Palm Beach where they were married in 2005.

Despite the approaching holiday, the president has been on a Twitter kick for most of the weekend.

The president, seemingly rattled by new polling data, also sent out a Christmas Eve tweet attacking the 'fake news'. Former Fox News host Bill O'Reilly talked about the "war on Christmas" on his show for years, highlighting businesses that opted to say "happy holidays".

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