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White House all set for Christmas celebrations

29 November 2017

Even though she's finally moved into the White House-she was the first First Lady to delay doing so, waiting five months after her husband's inauguration-Melania doesn't seem to have any more presence there than she did when she was back in NY. "I don't think she thought it was going to happen", a longtime friend of the Trump's told Vanity Fair. For the always inscrutable Melania Trump, it was a moment to stand conspicuously still, emoting absolutely nothing, as the dancers twirled through a beloved holiday classic.

The camera swirls around an East Wing that looks more like the ground floor at Macy's than America's home, as the third Mrs. Trump approves of the final touches on the blindingly white tableau. "Every four years you talk about it", according to GOP strategist Roger Stone.

"Once again the liberal media, this time Vanity Fair, has written a story riddled with unnamed sources and false assertions", Grisham said in a written statement to CNN's Kate Bennett. She is the one who pushed him to run just by saying "run or do not run".

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In year's past, presidents of the United States have wrestled with what to put on the White House Christmas card.

Vanity Fair said that Melania's friends are divided on how she feels about her husband, who has been accused by multiple women of sexual harassment or assault. "I think she understood he was going to be unhappy if he didn't run".

In comparison, here is the Obama's first Christmas video.

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The first lady entered the holiday festivities by taking the grand staircase, into the foyer, as three ballerinas danced to 'The Nutcracker Suite'.

But this year, Donald Trump fulfilled a campaign promise of sorts with his card.

"Wishing you a Merry Christmas and joyous holiday season!"

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Count Melania Trump among those surprised that her husband won the presidency.

White House all set for Christmas celebrations