Melania Trump kicks off White House Christmas with traditional decorations

Melania Trump kicks off White House Christmas with traditional decorations

Melania Trump kicks off White House Christmas with traditional decorations

Throughout the month of December, the White House will host more than 100 open houses and many receptions.

Meanwhile, Donald Trump has sparked outrage at an event honouring Native American war veterans by using the term "Pocahontas".

In comparison, here is the Obama's first Christmas video.

More than 25.000 visitors will pass the threshold of the White House for the holidays, and in the kitchen, everybody is setting out details for the many parties that will take place there.

For the Slovenian beauty, Christmas is an important celebration, so she first thought of decorating in early July, shortly after she settled permanently at the White House.

This isn't surprising to anyone who has been following the current First Family, as Melania has come under scrutiny for remaining in NY while her husband was in the White House. "She didn't want this come hell or high water", they told Vanity Fair. "It's Donald's thing". And I think she understood he was going to be unhappy if he didn't run", he said. That might not be saying much, given that President Trump's approval rating at this point in his presidency is lower than any president in the history of modern polling.

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The profile goes on to recount her unusual approach to her new role as first lady, including a relatively sparse staff and her decision to remain in NY with son Barron for the first five months of her husband's presidency.

"She said, "It's not my thing".

"One again part of the liberal media, this time Vanity Fair, has written a story riddled with unnamed sources and false assertions", Melania Trump's office said in a statement to CNN and Fox News. A longtime friend of the president, however, has a warmer picture. "And he listens to her and adores her".

Zampolli, who is now the United Nations ambassador to Dominica, acknowledged that being a political spouse probably wasn't pleasant for Melania at first.

"This isn't something she wanted and it isn't something he ever thought he'd win".

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