'Terrifying': Melania Trump trolled over 'nightmarish' Christmas decorations at White House

'Terrifying': Melania Trump trolled over 'nightmarish' Christmas decorations at White House

'Terrifying': Melania Trump trolled over 'nightmarish' Christmas decorations at White House

Throughout the month of December, more than 25,000 visitors will take part in White House public tours.

Her theme of "Time-Honored Traditions" is meant to pay homage to "200 years of holiday traditions", says HouseBeautiful.

Notably, two of the next three tweets President Trump sent out on Tuesday were retweets of the first lady, including one celebrating the new White House Christmas decorations.

The theme of the year is credited to Trump, i.e. "Time-Honored Traditions", which is intended as homage for 200 years of the White House holiday customs.

Vanity Fair readers were led to believe this week that First Lady Melania Trump never wanted her current title.

Naturally, the Trumps were ruthlessly roasted over the "cold and creepy" decor adorning the hallway with many describing the photo as the "perfect metaphor" for Donald Trump's first year as president.

Jennifer Pickens, an expert on White House East Wing traditions, predicted that Mrs. Trump's window wreaths will become another tradition that no future first lady will want to end.

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The 350-pound gingerbread house in the State Dining Room offers a view of the White House from the South Lawn, with wreaths on every window and a USA flag flying from its sugary rooftop.

A promotional video from the White House showcasing this year's decorations zoomed in on a traditional nativity set featuring a baby Jesus wearing a crown. "They don't use the word Christmas because it's not politically correct", he said to cheers.

For anyone missing the White House's former occupants, the Obama family's message appears in a display of presidential holidays cards.

"Detail shot of the book volumes that form a Christmas tree in the library at the White House".

White house ready for Christmas: the Christmas tree set, gingerbread house in its place, the festive preparations are completed and today the first lady hosted a tour of lovely residence for journalists and selected visitors.

The 350-pound (about 160-kilogram) gingerbread house this year offers a view of the White House from the south. Melania, who looked stunning in a cream dress and gold belt, also welcomed a group of children from a nearby military base in Maryland to spend the day making arts and crafts at the White House.

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