In their last White House Christmas address, President Barack Obama and first woman Michelle Obama reminded the country that the occasions are a great opportunity to offer back to others “regardless of where they originate from or how they hone their confidence.”

Christmas mirrors “the possibility that we are our sibling’s manager and our sister’s guardian,” the primary woman said. “That we ought to regard others as we would need to be dealt with. What’s more, that we look after the wiped out, encourage the ravenous and welcome the outsider, regardless of where they originate from, or how they rehearse their confidence.”

These qualities are all inclusive, the president included.

“Those are qualities that guide not only my family’s Christian confidence, but rather that of Jewish Americans, and Muslim Americans; nonbelievers and Americans of all foundations,” he said. “What’s more, nobody better typifies that soul of administration than the men and ladies who wear our nation’s uniform and their families.”

The Obamas likewise considered the accomplishments of the president’s organization and their time in the White House. Furthermore, the main woman speared her better half’s propensity to tell “innumerable father jokes,” which she finished up were “not all that amusing.”