Former President Donald Trump has declared the coming election day in November as “Christian Visibility Day.”

During a political rally in Wisconsin on Tuesday night, Trump said that election day will be “Christian Visibility Day” in rebuttal of President Joe Biden’s proclamation of Easter Sunday as “Transgender Visibility Day.”

“With your support, we’re going to win the Wisconsin Republican primary in a landslide that will be in a few hours. And November 5th, we are going to win this state, we’re going to win the White House, and we are going to save our country. We’re going to save our country,” Trump stated on Tuesday.

He then challenged the White House proclamation of March 31 as Trans Visibility Day, saying “And what the hell was Biden thinking when he declared Easter Sunday to be Trans Visibility Day? Such total disrespect to Christians.”

“And November 5th is going to be called something else. Do you know what it’s going to be called? Christian Visibility Day. When Christians turn out in numbers that nobody has ever seen before. Let’s call it Christian Visibility Day. All right?” he added.

Biden, who has faced outrage from Christians for declaring Easter Sunday as Transgender Visibility Day, denied doing so on Monday when a reporter asked him about it during the White House Easter Egg Roll.

“Mr. President, what does Easter mean to you, sir? Sir, what does Easter mean to you?” the reporter asked, to which the president responded, “Time for forgiveness and people getting together and a little bit of love and no phoniness. Be straight with people.”

The reporter then brought up criticism of Biden’s proclamation by House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA).

“And Mr. Speaker Johnson the other day said, sir, Speaker Johnson said you betrayed the tenet of Easter by proclaiming Sunday, Easter Sunday, as Transgender Day. He called it outrageous and abhorrent. What do you say to Speaker Johnson?” the reporter asked.

Denying what he said, Biden responded, “He’s thoroughly uninformed. I didn’t do that.”

The White House has tried to clarify the president’s denial of the declaration by claiming that he was trying to say that he did not establish the Transgender Day of Visibility or chose March 31 specifically for the event this year.

In a statement to Fox News, White House Spokesman Andrew Bates said, “President Biden is right. He did nothing in conflict with the ‘tenets of Easter,’ which he celebrated yesterday, nor did he choose the date of March 31st for the Transgender Day of Visibility, which has been set since 2009.”