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Pres­i­dent Trump turns 71 on Wed­nes­day, spark­ing much spec­u­la­tion on his plans for the day. Now that first lady Me­la­nia Trump and son Bar­ron have moved into the White House, the event por­tends to be a heart­felt gath­er­ing for those clos­est to the pres­i­dent. Cor­dial pub­lic greet­ings are also part of the day.

“This will be the most im­por­tant birth­day of his pres­i­dency be­cause it will show him how pas­sion­ate his sup­port­ers re­ally are,” reads an on­line birth­day card or­ga­nized by the Na­tional Repub­li­can Se­na­to­rial Com­mit­tee.

And from the first lady her­self comes this re­quest, also for a pub­lic greet­ing card:

“I need your help to make it a birth­day my hus­band will never for­get. Our cel­e­bra­tions al­ways in­clude fam­ily and close friends. You have cer­tainly proven your­self to be a loyal friend of my hus­band through your sup­port of his pos­i­tive vi­sion to Make Amer­ica Great Again and your un­wa­ver­ing com­mit­ment to the Repub­li­can Party. Don­ald will be glad to hear from friends like you who have meant so much to his and our Party’s suc­cess,” Mrs. Trump noted in a re­cent pub­lic out­reach.

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