President Donald Trump used Sunday morning to join a church service in Florida, while took to Twitter to wish Americans a “Happy Easter” and send condolences to Sri Lanka, following a terrorist attack.

“Happy Easter!” he tweeted. “I have never been happier or more content because your Country is doing so well, with an Economy that is the talk of the World and may be stronger than it has ever been before. Have a great day!”.

Regarding a brilliant economy, Trump added in a tweet later that “jobless claims in the United States have reached their lowest level in over 50 years”.

The president also used the Easter occasion to offer his condolences to the people of Sri Lanka after eight bomb blasts rocked churches and hotels in or near Colombo capital, killing more than 200 people and injured hundreds more.

“138 people have been killed in Sri Lanka, with more that 600 badly injured, in a terrorist attack on churches and hotels. The United States offers heartfelt condolences to the great people of Sri Lanka. We stand ready to help!” Trump said in a separate tweet.

According to the Associated Press, President Trump himself also spent time to attend a service at the Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea near his Florida estate on the Easter morning.

Also in the morning, President Trump used Twitter to continue his rebuttal of special counsel Robert Muller report.

“The Trump Haters and Angry Democrats who wrote the Mueller Report were devastated by the No Collusion finding! Nothing but a total “hit job” which should never have been allowed to start in the first place!” the president said.

“Despite No Collusion, No Obstruction, The Radical Left Democrats do not want to go on to Legislate for the good of the people, but only to Investigate and waste time. This is costing our Country greatly, and will cost the Dems big time in 2020!” he continued.

In the Muller report, with the redacted version released to the public some days ago, investigators determined no one on Trump campaign knowingly conspired with Russia, however they declined to exonerate the president on charges that his actions obstructed justice, according to VOA News.

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