Fist-Raising Trump Wishes All Merry Christmas

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The Christmas card photo was taken during a recent rally.

Donald Trump tweeted out his wishes for a Merry Christmas on Sunday.

Tweeting, "#MerryChristmas," the president-elect posted a photo of himself with a raised fist standing in front of a Christmas tree with the words, "Merry Christmas!"

The photo was taken during Trump's "Thank You Tour" stop at Orlando on Dec. 16.

Trump later wished a "very, very, very, very Happy New Year to everyone" in a follow-up post.

On Saturday, the first night of Hanukkah, Trump sent a Happy Hanukkah message on Twitter.

"Wishing you a bright and Happy Hanukkah!" read the words on a photo of a lit menorah. The message was signed from both Donald and Melania Trump.

Trump, who vowed in June that he would be wishing a Merry Christmas instead of a "politically correct" Happy Holidays come December, is spending the holidays with family at Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Fla.

On Christmas Eve, Donald and Melania Trump attended services at the Bethesda-by-the-Sea church in Palm Beach.