Scott Olson

Donald Trump took a brave stance Wednesday on the heated policy issue of stores saying "happy holidays" to their customers during the holiday season. Speaking at an event in Iowa on Wednesday, Trump issued the following proclamation, CNN reports:

Playing to Hawkeye State evangelical voters, Donald Trump riffed on religious political correctness at an event here Wednesday by vowing to always say "Merry Christmas" come the winter holiday season.

"I'm a good Christian," the Republican presidential front-runner said. "If I become president, we're gonna be saying Merry Christmas at every store…You can leave happy holidays at the corner."

You hear that, stores??? Leave your dumb happy holidays over there!!!

Michael Rosen is a reporter for Fusion based out of Oakland.