Donald Trump’s Birthday Wish has come true.
According to Business Insider, the US president is celebrating the end of his two-year term in office with a surprise birthday wish.
Read moreTrump’s birthday wish: ‘You know, you know, I’d like a vacation’The wish is a way of getting out of a tight spot that Trump is in as he faces questions about whether his businesses were improperly used during the 2016 US election campaign.
The President is reportedly considering an option to get away from Washington, DC, for up to three weeks and visit relatives in New York City.
The new president is set to deliver a speech at the US Capitol on Thursday.
“I will not have my birthday wish come true,” Trump tweeted earlier on Thursday, referring to the wishes from former President Barack Obama, who was also in office during the same time period.
“It’s a great honor to be inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States of America.
I will be spending my birthday on his birthday.”
In a video posted on Twitter, Trump’s eldest son Eric, who also serves as his senior adviser, said: “The President has always wanted to celebrate his birthday with the people of the US.
So we have reached out to our friends in the United Kingdom to invite him to celebrate the moment with us on his Birthday.”
We will be celebrating the President’s birthday on Thursday,” he added.
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