Posted by , Feb 20, 2017 at 05:51pm
Much of America didn't include Donald Trump in its President's Day celebrations.

Many Americans find themselves in a confounding place today, grateful to be relieved of work or school but wary of the holiday in question. How does a country celebrate President's Day when much of its populace despises the current leader? Well, some have used the occasion to protest Donald Trump, rebranding today as "Not My Presidents Day," which has become a trending hashtag on Twitter. 

Others have used the day off to thank Barack Obama for showing the country how a model president should conduct himself. And finally, some have decided that if there's cause for celebration, it must be Rihanna's 29th birthday. 

And don't forget the 10th anniversary of "Buy U a Drank." Theodore Pain for President. 

Anti-Trump Masses Celebrate "Not My President's Day"

Angus Walker
Feb 20, 2017 at 05:51pm
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Much of America didn't include Donald Trump in its President's Day celebrations.

Many Americans find themselves in a confounding place today, grateful to be relieved of work or school but wary of the holiday in question. How does a country celebrate President's Day when much of its populace despises the current leader? Well, some have used the occasion to protest Donald Trump, rebranding today as "Not My Presidents Day," which has become a trending hashtag on Twitter. 

Others have used the day off to thank Barack Obama for showing the country how a model president should conduct himself. And finally, some have decided that if there's cause for celebration, it must be Rihanna's 29th birthday. 

And don't forget the 10th anniversary of "Buy U a Drank." Theodore Pain for President. 

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