On the third Monday in February, the United States celebrates the federal holiday known as Presidents’ Day. The day takes place during the birth month of two of our country’s most prominent presidents, George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. In the past, the day commemorated President George Washington’s birthday (February 22), but today Presidents’ Day never lands on a single president’s birthday. Across the country, Americans celebrate the day to honor all United States Presidents who have served our country.
To all our nation’s great presidents who brought honor to our country, we salute you.
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