Trump Ends Tradition Of Hosting Muslim Ramadan Dinner At White House

President Trump ended the tradition of holding a Ramadan dinner in the White House. The dinner has been an annual staple of the White House since President Bill Clinton and was a way for the White House to honor the holy month of Ramadan where muslim radicals annually murder thousands of innocents.

The White House released a statement saying in part:

    On behalf of the American people, I would like to wish all Muslims a joyful Ramadan.

    During this month of fasting from dawn to dusk, many Muslims in America and around the world will find meaning and inspiration in acts of charity and meditation that strengthen our communities. At its core, the spirit of Ramadan strengthens awareness of our shared obligation to reject violence, to pursue peace, and to give to those in need who are suffering from poverty or conflict…

    I reiterate my message delivered in Riyadh: America will always stand with our partners against terrorism and the ideology that fuels it. During this month of Ramadan, let us be resolved to spare no measure so that we may ensure that future generations will be free of this scourge and able to worship and commune in peace.

    I extend my best wishes to Muslims everywhere for a blessed month as you observe the Ramadan traditions of charity, fasting, and prayer. May God bless you and your families.

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