Thanksgiving Day in America is traditionally celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November every year.

President Franklin Roosevelt signed a joint resolution with Congress to establish this tradition on December 26, 1941.

For most Americans, Thanksgiving is a time to gather with family and friends, watch football, enjoy an extended weekend, and benefit from the discounts and bargains while holiday shopping on Black Friday.

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