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Politicians & Celebrities Honor Memorial Day On Twitter

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27 May this year marked the last Monday of 2019, the Memorial Day in the United States. Twitter was flooded with tweets to remember the nation’s fallen heroes. The day is a federal holiday. It is meant to be a tribute to remember and honor the men and women who laid their lives in their service for the US military forces. The day is officially dedicated to the remembrance of the fallen soldiers of the Nation by a service in Virginia at Arlington National Cemetery.

People Honor Those Who Have Fallen

Furthermore, people wear red poppies. This is done to pay tribute to the fallen servicemen of the United States. Many people also participate in parades. The largest Memorial Day event, like every year, started this year at Washington, D.C, on May 27 at 2:00 p.m. ET, the National Memorial Day Parade. The event telecasts 5,000 participants across the country. And a crowd of over 250,000 people is drawn to the National Mall. Moreover, this year also marked the 75th anniversary of the D-Day. The events featured Honorary Grand Marshals. It also had surviving veterans of World War II.

In addition, twitter was trending with remembering the fallen heroes. Tweets swarmed as parades and events took place. The nation remembered their fallen heroes

Here’s How Twitter Honored the Memorial Day

Barack Obama remembers the services of the fallen heroes who put their lives in service of the US army and the United States

Further more, Office actor John Krasinki paused to remember the heroes of Memorial Day

Melania Trump used her twitter handle to remind the nation’s fallen heroes of her prayers and support

And Mike Pence also took time out to tweet his wishes and prayers for the US heroes

In the same way, people all across US take time to spend with their loved ones

Moreover, Congressmen tweet about the walk of honor

In addition to that, Celebrities tweet about the Memorial Day

James Charles on the Memorial Day

The White House telecasts the Presidential address on the memorial day

In addition, up until 1971, the Memorial Day was celebrated on May 30th. The last Monday of May became the federal holiday after the National Holiday Act of 1971.

The Memorial Day also marks the start of sunny summer days where people get a day off of work to spend warmer weather with their family and friends.

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