Not all birthdays are celebrated by the whole country. In the instance of celebrating the birth of our Presidents, We not only get to celebrate, but lets face it, it is always fun to have a day off work.
Is President’s Day a National Holiday?
Yes, The day our Presidents birthdays are celebrated is a National holiday.
But it has not always been celebrated at the same time.
When is President’s Day?
On the third Monday in February, we take time to celebrate the birthdays of some former Presidents.
What Is The History of President’s Day?
President’s Day is a federal holiday for American citizens to honor the nation’s first president, George Washington. It was originally called “Washington Day” until the Uniform Monday Holiday Act of 1968 which made it a permanent federal holiday. The day also honors Abraham Lincoln (the 16th President) and other U.S. Presidents as well with some states choosing to celebrate them on separate days in February or March instead of honoring all presidents on one day like many countries do around November 11th each year in commemoration of Armistice Day/Veterans’ Day, but that date can conflict with Thanksgiving depending on when it falls so President’s Day has become tradition now for most people who have been living here since 1968 and remember what life was like before then
What is the Current President’s Birthday?
Joe Biden is the 46th and current president of the United States. His birthday is Novermber 20, 1942.
What is Former President Trump’s Birthday?
Donald Trump is the 45th president of the United States. His birthday is June 14, 1946.
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