Trump Says ‘HAPPY GOOD FRIDAY’ to Signify the Brutal Crucifixion of Jesus, Gets Slammed on Twitter
President Donald Trump, who claims to be a Christian, wished everyone a “HAPPY GOOD FRIDAY” to signify the brutal crucifixion of Jesus. Not surprisingly, he was slammed on Twitter.
HAPPY GOOD FRIDAY TO ALL!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 10, 2020
All of tRUmp evangelicals who believe he’s the “chosen one”,— AndSoItBegins (@ItsOverNowOk) April 10, 2020
have chosen to overlook the fact that tRUmp has never been in a church for any reason other than a photo op. pic.twitter.com/wAfZ68X07y
jeez. i'm a lifelong atheist, and even I know that its inappropriate to wish someone a "happy" good friday— Kaya Jade (@DannyboyWiggs) April 10, 2020
You called yourself “The Chosen One.”— Bishop Talbert Swan (@TalbertSwan) April 10, 2020
Why don’t we reenact Good Friday and see whether or not you get up on Sunday? https://t.co/CE0sNr4Zsl
Dear Christian friends,— Nancy Levine 🌊Vote.org (@nancylevine) April 10, 2020
I was taught that Good Friday is a somber day, and that saying "Happy Good Friday" is in poor taste, even offensive.
True or false? #GoodFriday