The Washington Post has updated its list of best Thanksgiving messages to include a new list of 20 messages from the Thanksgiving holiday that have been the subject of a long-running debate.
The new list includes a few messages that have gone viral and have been used by people in other countries.
“Thanksgiving is not just a holiday,” wrote the first person on the list.
“It is also a day to acknowledge that there is something more important than a meal, or a bedtime story, or the time to get to work.”
Another message reads, “The best Thanksgiving message is a gift that is a reflection of who we are and what we love.”
The list also includes a message from the White House, a message by a celebrity and a post by an astronaut.
The White House has a history of being critical of the holidays, even after the president took office in 2009.
Last year, the Obama administration blocked several of the messages that featured pictures of the president on the cover.
The Obama administration has also taken issue with the messages of other presidents, such as President George W. Bush and President Bill Clinton.