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Inside the Beltway: Donald Trump’s First Thanksgiving Message, 2017

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Former President Donald Trump remains a political force these days through frequent television appearances and daily statements. The 45th President also has a new book called Our Journey Together which will arrive in mid-December.

But wait. Consider his very first Thanksgiving in the White House after an uphill battle to be elected.

Although relentless negative media coverage and partisan criticism have been rife since he began his presidency, Mr. Trump has persevered, moved forward, and minded business. Here is what he said on November 23, 2017, in his official proclamation:

This thanksgiving, in addition to rejoicing in the precious time spent with our loved ones, allows us to find ways to serve and encourage each other in word and deed. We also offer a special word of thanks to the brave men and women of our armed forces, many of whom must celebrate this holiday apart from those for whom they are most grateful. As one people, we seek God’s protection, guidance, and wisdom as we are humbled by the abundance of our great nation and the blessings of freedom, family, and faith.

ALMOST NO ARGUMENT THANKSGIVING DINNER

Two notable Thanksgiving Day habits polls more or less shatter the popular idea that the Thanksgiving dinner table is a battleground.

Here are the numbers from a YouGov poll: 79% of American adults say there are no political arguments at their Thanksgiving celebration. This includes 80% of Republicans, 81% of Independents and 79% of Democrats.

However, 17% admit that political disagreements arise in their home on Turkey Day; which includes 17% Republicans, 16% Independents and 18% Democrats.

The take-away message? Even the three political tendencies seem to be in harmony on this issue, a promising conclusion. The survey of 1,500 American adults was conducted from November 14 to 16.

Another survey gave similar results.

A Quinnipiac University poll released Monday found that 66% of respondents planned to avoid political gossip at the Thanksgiving table this year; 68% of Republicans, 66% of Democrats and 69% of Independents agree.

The poll also found that 74% said political arguments between family and friends were not likely to happen in the first place. The survey of 1,378 American adults was conducted from November 11 to 15.

A Thanksgiving from REAGAN, 1985

So what was on the nation’s 40th president’s holiday table 36 years ago? Here’s how it happened, according to research from the White House Historical Association:

President Ronald and First Lady Nancy Reagan traveled to their 688-acre ranch 30 miles north of Santa Barbara, California to join their family members for the Thanksgiving vacation. A local pilot, Pete Cottle, flew over Rancho del Cielo with a 120ft red and white banner that read: Happy Thanksgiving Ron and Nancy. In addition to the turkey, the Reagan family enjoyed a menu of cranberries, cornbread dressing, salad, mashed potatoes, monkey bread, green beans with almonds, and pumpkin pie topped with whipped cream, noted the research.

Thank God for our families, friends and neighbors, and for the joy of this very feast that we celebrate in his name. May every place of worship in the country, every home and every heart be filled with a spirit of gratitude, praise and love on this Thanksgiving Day, Reagan said in his Thanksgiving proclamation that year.

FOR THE GLOSSARY

Thanksgiving bouncer.

This practical new term was coined by Axios to adapt to the era of COVID-19.

No one really wants this job. But millions of families may need their own Thanksgiving bouncers, wrote Margaret Talev and Tina Reed, both analysts for the news agency.

The cover charge: A negative COVID test before admission to Thanksgiving dinner either in advance or at the door. Why it’s important: Rapid tests are a convenient way to help extended families feel more normal around holiday tables, the couple explained.

How it works: Most rapid home tests take around 10 minutes and cost around $ 25 for packs of two, they note. And the next inevitable question: will there be Christmas bouncers too?

COCKTAIL OF THE DAY

Well, certainly. Why not reflect on this special libation on Turkey Day?

From BonAppetit.com comes this suggestion for a Thanksgiving cocktail that feels seasonal and not as complicated as, say, a pumpkin pie martini, which looks intriguing but requires the rim of the glass to be lined with graham cracker crumbs. Here is Bon Appetits Applejack Sour:

2 ounces of applejack (preferably Lairds)

3.4 ounces of fresh lemon juice

1/2 ounce of fresh orange juice

1/2 ounce of pure maple syrup

2 dashes of Angostura bitter

Nutmeg

Combine all the ingredients except the nutmeg in a shaker. Add ice and shake until the outside of the shaker is frosted, about 20 seconds. Filter the cocktail into a highball glass filled with ice and add a dash of nutmeg.

TODAY’S STATS

In line with the holidays, here are the states that raised the most turkeys in 2021, according to the US Census Bureau.

Minnesota is at No. 1, producing 40.5 million turkeys. North Carolina follows with 29 million and Arkansas is in third place (27 million). Indiana is fourth (19.8 million), followed by Missouri (16.5 million) and Virginia (14.5 million).

Census says these six states account for 69% of all turkeys produced in the United States

According to the National Turkey Federation, the American turkey industry provides some 440,739 jobs in the United States with direct wages of $ 24.1 billion, especially in rural communities; thousands more are employed in product distribution, equipment manufacturing and affiliate services.

The turkey industry has a direct financial impact of $ 35.3 billion, which increases for a total economic impact of $ 109.5 billion, according to the industry group. Find them on EatTurkey.org.

Happy Thanksgiving and thanks for reading Inside the Beltway.

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