MSNBC Trolls Trump on 'Merry Christmas' With a Special Video

MSNBC Trolls Trump on 'Merry Christmas' With a Special Video

MSNBC Trolls Trump on 'Merry Christmas' With a Special Video

That is the true source of joy this time of the year.

New this year are wreaths hanging from the exterior of every window. Mrs. Trump tweeted Monday morning.

Somebody responded that "this whole administration" gives them those feelings, and another joked that the first lady's "feelings of gloom [and] doom" from being married to President Donald Trump are seeping out.

President Donald Trump lit the National Christmas Tree for the first time today, wishing the country "a Merry Christmas, a Happy New Year" and "unbelievable holidays". "@WhiteHouse is ready to celebrate!" As president, Trump repeated the promise yet again in October 2017 at the Value Voters Summit in Washington, D.C., proclaiming, "We're saying "Merry Christmas" again".

"You don't see "merry Christmas" anymore", Trump said during a speech in Missouri on Wednesday afternoon, in which he promoted the GOP's tax reform plan.

"Are you the first lady?" asked one incredulous boy who then moved in for a hug.

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The decorations continue a tradition that dates back decades.

More than 150 volunteers from 29 states spent 1,600 hours over the holiday weekend decking the White House halls.

The decor includes 71 wreaths, 53 Christmas trees, more than 18,000 lights, more than 12,000 ornaments, more than 3,100 yards (about 2,800 meters) of ribbon and more than 1,000 feet (300 meters) of Garland, the White House said.

A Nativity scene has been on display since 1967, including during the term of President Obama.

The White House says 25,000 visitors are expected to take special Christmas tours of the building during the holidays.

"Glad she's understood the aesthetic of the long national nightmare we're in", one person said, while another called "that long, foreboding tunnel of darkness swallowing us up" a metaphor for the political climate.

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