President Donald Trump offended billions of the world's Christians this morning, wishing them, "HAPPY GOOD FRIDAY TO ALL!"
As many know, Good Friday is a solemn day Christians observe, but not celebrate: it is believed to be the day of the crucifixion and death of Jesus Christ.
For many Christian sects, it is a day of fasting and, in non-pandemic times, a day spent in church.
On social media responses ranged from mockery to outrage.
@realDonaldTrump Sir, what do you think Good Friday commemorates?— Seth Masket (@Seth Masket)1586532086.0
@realDonaldTrump This is a solemn day for Christians. It's not called Happy Friday. Like not knowing what the sig… https://t.co/B0v94rZMYm— Joe Lockhart (@Joe Lockhart)1586532305.0
@realDonaldTrump It’s not really a happy day. It a somber day, a sad day. Today is the day that Jesus died on the c… https://t.co/7ysZwVrHK8— Emily A. (@Emily A.)1586531936.0
@realDonaldTrump Uhm if you ever walked into an actual church, you’d know today is one of the most somber days in t… https://t.co/ZRr4P2zccb— jimmy williams (@jimmy williams)1586530063.0
@realDonaldTrump You do know that Good Friday IS NOT a happy day. Its the day Christ was crucified. Further proof you are the anti-Christ— Back2Stonewall.com (@Back2Stonewall.com)1586531257.0
Happy Jesus-Gruesomely-Tortured-To-Death Day! 🥳 https://t.co/5CLjSSYT9C— Bob Cesca (@Bob Cesca)1586530703.0
@realDonaldTrump Congrats on dying, Jesus!— Zack Hunt (@Zack Hunt)1586531999.0
@realDonaldTrump Happy horrific death, Jesus!!— Jude 🗳 🌐 (@Jude 🗳 🌐)1586530886.0
He really has not the slightest idea what these holy days mean. https://t.co/9q3N6Wj65w— Michael J. O'Loughlin (@Michael J. O'Loughlin)1586529581.0
@realDonaldTrump Trump's next business, "Alternative Greeting Cards"— SSton (@SSton)1586531455.0
At least he didn't add: "Enjoy!" https://t.co/O1sT418Xo6— Michael McGough (@Michael McGough)1586532790.0