Trump lights National Christmas Tree for first time

Trump lights National Christmas Tree for first time

Trump lights National Christmas Tree for first time

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.

The White House unveiled its holiday decorations this week, issuing a video (below) of the Balsam fir trees sparkling with lights and ornaments adorning rooms throughout the White House.

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Now President Trump has vowed to take on the so-called war on Christmas.

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That's a change from the Obama years when the annual cards offered more generic sentiments of "Season's Greetings" or wishes for happy holidays. "It says "happy holidays" all over", Donald Trump proclaimed in the past. VA centers failed to report potentially unsafe doctors Obama congratulates Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on their engagement MORE and his wife Michelle ObamaMichelle LeVaughn Robinson ObamaObama congratulates Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on their engagement Michelle Obama on sexual misconduct allegations: I'm "sick" Michelle Obama on dealing with hard times: "Don't tweet nasty stuff" MORE wishing the country "Merry Christmas" while he served in office.

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. The White House said Mrs Trump chose every detail of the decor and did a final check late Sunday after returning from the family's Thanksgiving at their estate in Palm Beach, Florida. "It's one that we've heard and we speak about and we dream about and now, as the president of the United States, it's my tremendous honor to now wish America and the world a very Merry Christmas".

The National Christmas Tree will be lit during a ceremony that starts at 5 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 30, at the White House.

A Nativity scene has been on display since 1967, including during the term of President Obama. There is also a gingerbread house, candy, and arts and crafts for the more than 25,000 visitors expected to pass through during the holiday season.

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