Trump demands Biden to apologize for declaring Easter Sunday ‘Trans Day of Visibility’

Former President Trump has called for an immediate apology
from President Joe Biden to millions of Christians and Catholics for
proclaiming Easter Sunday as Trans Visibility Day.


Trump campaign said that the action is part of the Biden
administration’s ‘years-long assault on the Christian faith.’


Trump’s demand for an apology from President Biden came
after prominent politicians and conservative commentators declared outrage over
the ‘Transgender Day of Visibility’ on the most solemn Christian holiday.


House Speaker, Mike Johnson posted on X saying that “The
Biden White House has betrayed the central tenet of Easter — which is the
resurrection of Jesus Christ,” Banning sacred truth and tradition—while at the
same time proclaiming Easter Sunday as ‘Transgender Day’—is outrageous and
abhorrent. The American people are taking note.”


Biden sparked fury over the week by declaring March 31
“Transgender Day of Visibility,” which this year is also Easter Sunday.


However, Trump’s national press secretary, Karoline Leavitt,
called it “appalling and insulting” that Biden “formally proclaimed Easter
Sunday as ‘Trans Day of Visibility.’”


Leavitt said Biden’s announcement is an example of his
administration’s “years-long assault on the Christian faith.”


“We call on Joe Biden’s failing campaign and the White House
to issue an apology to the millions of Catholics and Christians across America
who believe tomorrow is for one celebration only — the resurrection of Jesus
Christ,” she said.


Leavitt also accused the Biden administration of banning
religious egg designs in its Easter Art Event, which part of the White House’s
Easter traditions that include the annual Easter Egg Roll.