Social Media is trying to create a survey result comparing the assurance of Former US President John Kennedy who assured a little girl that Santa is real, in 1961 based on the response of a 7-year-old who was asked if she believed in Santa Claus still by the US President Donald Trump. Mr Trump has supervised to raise eyebrows around the world, during responding calls from children concerned about Santa Claus on the evening of Monday and asked a 7-year-old girl, Collman: ”Are you still a believer in Santa Claus? ‘Cuz at seven it’s marginal, right? ”?

The Presidential historian Michael Beschloss shared a letter of John Kennedy to the girl named Michelle on Twitter. Therefore, everyone is comparing the huge difference between the response of Trump and assurance of former US President John Kennedy.

President Kennedy wrote, “ I was glad to get your letter about trying to stop the Russians from bombing the North Pole and risking the life of Santa Claus”.

“However, you must not worry about Santa Claus. I talked with him yesterday and he is fine. He will be making his rounds again this Christmas. ”

Trump’s Response on Santa Claus Compared With Kennedy in Social Media|US.tnbclive.com

Along with his wife Melania, Donald Trump was responding calls from children expecting to get through a NORAD – the American government agency that tracks the movements of Santa around the world at Christmas – while the incident happened. As the handbook of Pentagon reads: “ Historical data and more than 60 years of NORAD tracking information lead us to believe Santa Claus is alive and well in the hearts of people throughout the world.”

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