Melania Trump’s Blood-Red Christmas Trees At White House Set Internet On Fire

Melania Trump’s Blood-Red Christmas Trees At White House Set Internet On Fire

Melania Trump’s Blood-Red Christmas Trees At White House Set Internet On Fire

A video released by Trump through Twitter on November 26 shows the First Lady walking through the newly decorated White House.

USA first lady Melania Trump speaks during a town hall meeting on opioid addiction.

She didn't lash out at her critics, nor did she back down from her decision.

As first lady, one of Mrs Trump's jobs is to decorate the presidential homes for the holiday season, leading the annual team of White House staff and volunteers to prepare the "People's House" for Christmas. I hope everybody will come over and visit it.

The first lighting took place on Christmas Eve in 1923, when former president Calvin Coolidge lit a Christmas tree in front of 3,000 spectators.

The first lady has said many times that the scrutiny did not bother her and told the audience that media outlets "focus on unimportant stuff, really".

"I teach him what is right, what is wrong", Trump said.

Santa visits Invercargill with his reindeer during the Southland Christmas Parade
John Hawkins Santa visits Invercargill with his reindeer during the Southland Christmas Parade

Outside the White House, another Christmas tree was causing less controversy.

The first lady revealed the White House holiday decorations in a video Monday showing her strolling the East Wing, which is bordered by the crimson, berry-laden trees. In real life, they look even more lovely.

"We are in 21st century, and everybody has a different taste", Melania said.

"That's very important for me, so [the] next generation can be respectful and kind", she said.

Bolling also asked about Trump's campaign against cyber-bullying and how she oversees Barron's social media use as a parent.

The first lady shared statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention from 2017 that showed there were more than 72,000 deaths to opioid overdose, which is more than any other year on record - 103 people in the US die each day due to the opioid abuse.

Over 72,000 American deaths were caused by opiate abuse in 2017.

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As well as parts of Kansas, Iowa, Nebraska and Missouri braced for strong winds and snow creating blizzard conditions. Authorities across the midwest have also warned that fallen trees may cause damage to power lines and transformers.

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