President Trump Won’t Host Ramadan Dinner This Year

President Donald Trump is already making huge plans for the future of our country, and none of them includes hosting a Ramadan dinner at the White House. We know that President Trump has a very good reason to make such a decision, but we also know that Democrats will strike him again. Democrats never approved his presidency, and worked hard on blocking his efforts towards success. But, things will go in a different direction this time.

Holding a Ramadan Dinner at the White House is a 20-year-tradition, but President Donald Trump had different plans for the day. Ramadan will end within a few days, and the major Muslim festival of Eid al-Fitr is considered as a fitting end. But, President Trump used the occasion to raise the awareness of terrorism and violence. He decided to break the tradition Bill Clinton Planted, and the White House won’t hose an iftar, the food Muslims eat to put an end to their fasting.

The Islam’s holiest month was that time of the year when Muslims pray and care for each other, but things got pretty messy in the last few years.

“It is disappointing because that’s been a good tradition. To stop it doesn’t send a good message. You get the chance to go golfing and all this other kind of stuff. How come you don’t have time for a population of your society that needs some assistance? The message that it sends is that we’re not that important,” explains Imam Talib Shareef of the Nation’s Mosque in the capital.

Eid al-Fitr or “festival of breaking feast” is celebrated by 1.5 billion Muslims worldwide. It’s the end of Ramadan, and Muslims get to eat and drink as they usually do. Eid lasts three days.

Barack Obama made a unifying statement on the first day of the “festival.” He even hosted the celebration at the White House. But, Obama also welcomed terrorists in this country. He gave green light and opened the borders to terrorists.

What do you think about this? Do you think Democrats will criticize the President for cancelling the Ramadan dinner at the White House?

(h/t Newsweek, Independent)