Melania Trump unveils annual White House Christmas decorations

Melania Trump unveils annual White House Christmas decorations

The White House Gingerbread House is one of America's sweetest holiday traditions and this year it lived up to the hype, thanks to a whole lot of white frosting!

Grisham said that more than 150 volunteers from 29 different USA states spent over 1,600 hours installing the First Lady's vision of Christmas. A profile of the first lady at Vanity Fair quotes two insiders who say that Melania gave Donald Trump an ultimatum of sorts: Either run for the presidency or stop brooding about it. Roger Stone - who worked as an adviser to the President - is quoted in the latest issue as saying, "she knew it was in his blood".

According to The Hill, Melania received a "rockstar-like welcome" from the children as she entered the East Room of the official Washington, D.C., residence of the Trump family.

"This isn't something she wanted and it isn't something he ever thought he'd win", the quote from the unnamed friend reads.

'I don't think you can come up with a conspiracy theory that she is not that happy.

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

"I don't think she thought it was going to happen", they added.

It's clear a lot of effort went into the decorations, and with good reason: The Office of the First Lady estimates the White House will host 100 open houses and receptions in December, and expects that "more than 25,000 visitors will walk the halls taking part in public tours". She chose as a pet cause cyberbullying, warning that all adults are "accountable" for it during a speech at the United Nations, where her husband blasted "Rocket man" North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un. This year's version seems to make an appearance in the First Lady's promotional video.

She took months before moving to Washington from the Trump Tower penthouse she shared with her husband. "There is clearly no substance to this statement from an ex, this is unfortunately only attention-seeking and self-serving noise".

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