Well, not particularly but given the motley crew running against him and that they've really offered nothing but "rhetoric to get elected" I think we're better off with him.
You haven't answered my question, though.
Christmas is not just a religious holiday.
Christmas is a specifically religious holiday...hence the name Christ-mas instead of Festivus.
A Christmas tree has nothing to do with the birth of Jesus, so no, I don't think that's hypocritical at all.
There is scholarly consensus that the Christmas tree originated in Germany. Indeed, the earliest record of an evergreen tree being used and decorated (but without lights) for Christmas is 1521 in the German region of Alsace.
Though we cannot be certain, it seems highly likely that the first Christmas trees that appeared in Germany in the early sixteenth century were descendants of both of these customs: the Paradise tree and the Christmas pyramids and lights. The Paradise tree became our Christmas tree. Decorations that had been placed on the pyramids were transferred to the Christmas tree
Christmas trees are originally pagan, I believe.
There's no evidence of that.
True, but let's keep on track.
The Christmas tree is a German tradition, not a tradition from the country of Jesus birth.