Former President Obama tweeted Christmas wishes on Tuesday, sharing a photo of his family’s Christmas tree.
“From the Obama family to yours, Merry Christmas!” Obama wrote alongside a photo of a Christmas tree.
From the Obama family to yours, Merry Christmas! pic.twitter.com/dNfx52AjMN
— Barack ObamaBarack Hussein ObamaObama talks up Warren behind closed doors to wealthy donors The one issue where Democrats are to the right of Trump Fox’s Wallace presses Pence chief of staff on Ukraine 2016 conspiracy theories MORE (@BarackObama) December 25, 2019
His holiday wishes came shortly after former first lady Michelle ObamaMichelle LeVaughn Robinson ObamaKevin Costner to introduce, endorse Pete Buttigieg in Iowa town hall Obama: Women ‘pretty indisputably’ better leaders than men The myth of the conservative bestseller MORE posted a photo of the family’s Christmas card on Instagram.
“Wishing you a holiday season filled with friends, family, and joy. Thanks to so many of you for sharing your hopes and goals with me these past few weeks in the comments and on my Instagram Story,” she wrote in her post. “As we end this decade and begin the next one, let’s continue working to become even better—for ourselves and for each other.”
Neither Obama shared a photo of their family for Christmas but had previously posted family holiday photos online.
On Monday, Barack Obama marked the start of Hanukkah on Twitter.
On behalf of my family, Chag Sameach and Happy Hanukkah! As Jews around the world celebrate, let the menorah’s light remind us all of the miracles in our own lives.
— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) December 23, 2019