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Starting Monday and through Christmas Eve, McDonald’s will introduce a different holiday character each day and free their orders with a minimum purchase of $1 on their mobile app. Christmas Eve deals do not require a purchase. If history is a guide, federal employees can queue for an extra half-day break this Christmas.
Christmas will fall on Friday, and three times as recently as has happened, presidents have allowed most of the federal workforce except essential workers to take an extra half-day off on Christmas Eve. President Obama allowed half a day in 2015 and 2009 when Christmas fell on Friday, and President Clinton did the Be Nice To Your Pharmacist Christmas Pharmacist 2020 Shirt same in 1998.
President Trump has generally not advocated giving federal employees more benefits, but he has been relatively generous in allowing more Christmas Eve resents, which are not official federal holidays. Last year, he surprised the federal workforce by giving a December 24 break even though Christmas falls in the middle of the week, on Wednesdays. Trump also gave the Christmas Eve break in 2018, to allow the federal workforce a four-day break on weekends.