Trump wishes ‘Ramadan Mubarak’ at White House Iftar dinner

US President Donald Trump hosted Iftar dinner on Wednesday at White House. He wished Muslims around the world a ‘Ramadan Mubarak’. He hosted his first Iftar dinner after he skipped hosting last year.

Mr. Trump offered a message of unity, recognizing members of the Muslim community at home and abroad.

The President said, “In gathering together this evening, we honor a sacred tradition of one of the world’s great religions.”