President-elect Donald Trump, wife Melania, and son Barron attended midnight Christmas service at Bethesda-by-the-Sea Church in Palm Beach, Florida.
Watch the video, below, as those attending stand and cheer when the Trumps enter the church.
“The president-elect and his wife, Melania, arrived Saturday night at the Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea,” reported WCBV.
“Trump has bemoaned the increased use of the term ‘Happy Holidays’ in place of ‘Merry Christmas’ as a sign that Christianity is under attack. As president, he’s said, he’ll reverse the trend.
The president-elect is spending the holidays at his Florida estate, Mar-a-Lago, where he’s been holding meetings with senior staff, advisers and business executives.
Trump tweeted wishes for a ‘Happy Hanukkah’ earlier Saturday.
Police cars lined South County Road on Palm Beach as the future first family attended Christmas services.
It was an unorthodox Christmas Eve service, where parishioners walked through metal detectors as they entered the church.
President-elect Donald Trump and his wife were married at the church in 2005. Trump’s son, Barron, was christened there also.
The Trumps spent Easter and last Christmas at Bethesda as well.
The celebration began at the Trump’s Mar-a-lago estate. Trump, Melania and Barron ate dinner alone among a sea of secret service agents, friends and club members.”