Melania Trump's Christmas Decorations refers to an image of a hallway in the White House as decorated by Melania Trump for the Christmas season that many joked about as being bleak and creepy as opposed to the warm and cheery decorations one might expect for the holiday season. Origin. On the evening of November 26th, 2017, Melania Trump's Communications Director Stephanie Grisham[1] tweeted an image of a hallway in the White House decorated for the holiday season. with the caption "The holidays are upon us!! Right now: flotus is seeing to every last detail here at the @WhiteHou

Melania Trump has decorated the White House for Christmas © Reuters. The theme for the this year’s White House Christmas decor is supposed to be “time-honored traditions,” but looking at this picture, you’d be forgiven for thinking it’s more “Grimms’ fairy tales.” The holidays are upon us!!  An image tweeted by Stephanie Grisham, the Director of Communications for Melania Trump, cast the White House in a haunted light as the First Lady sought to “pay respect to 200 years of holiday traditions” at the presidential residence, according to a statement. READ MORE: Melania conspiracy 2.0: ‘Body double’ theory lights up Twitter after White House footage.

For her first Christmas as First Lady, Melania Trump designed a decoration theme that serves as an ode to the past: “Time-Honored Traditions.” “The President, Barron, and I are very excited for our first Christmas in the White House,” the First Lady said in a statement. “As with many families across the country, holiday traditions are very important to us. I hope when visiting the People’s House this year, visitors will get a sense of being home for the holidays.”

This holiday season, Melania Trump stars in what is either the official unveiling of White House decorations or a seasonal advertisement for J.Crew. The video that the First Lady tweeted on Monday shows her overseeing wreath developments, confirming that the lights are lights, marking some markings—all while wearing festive chunky knits and a couple over-the-shoulder jackets.  The Library shows off President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s 1866 edition of A Christmas Carol to honor the tradition of telling Christmas stories. The State Dining Room is now the gingerbread room, and includes Melania’s “signature Christmas wreaths” and so on. It looks nice! Seemed like a lot of work!

Melania Trump’s Christmas aesthetic is either a horror show or a lovely ode to “traditional values”. First, there were the ballerinas. A trio of dancers from Hartford, Connecticut, performed the “Nutcracker Suite” for the first lady as part of the White House’s annual public holiday celebration. This year’s theme, chosen by Trump herself, was “Time-Honored Traditions,” in honor of past Christmases at the White House. But on social media, the theme was less American Presidential and more American Horror Story.

First lady Melania Trump makes Christmas decorations with children in the State Dining Room of the White House on November 27, 2017. Saul Loeb / AFP/Getty Images. The State Dining Room holds a traditional gingerbread house, which depicts the south facade of the White House and features Mrs. Trump's signature Christmas wreaths. The China room is set up for a family Christmas dinner with the table displaying china from President Reagan. The library will hold President Franklin D. Roosevelt's 1866 edition of "A Christmas Carol." Throughout the month of December, the White Hous

First lady Melania Trump makes Christmas decorations with children in the State Dining Room of the White House on November 27, 2017. Saul Loeb / AFP/Getty Images. The State Dining Room holds a traditional gingerbread house, which depicts the south facade of the White House and features Mrs. Trump's signature Christmas wreaths. The China room is set up for a family Christmas dinner with the table displaying china from President Reagan. The library will hold President Franklin D. Roosevelt's 1866 edition of "A Christmas Carol." Throughout the month of December, the White Hous

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Merry Christmas from President Donald J. Trump and First Lady Melania Trump. @POTUS & @FLOTUS are seen Tuesday, December 5, in their official 2017 Christmas portrait, in the Cross Hall of the White House in Washington, D.C. (Official White House Photo by Andrea Hanks). Great day with military families at @JBABdc as we sorted toys. Thank you Toys for Tots for all that you do for kids across the country. Merry #Christmas! Wonderful to spend time with @secondlady Mrs. Pence, @texasflca Mrs. Abbott and @georgepbush Mr. Bush. Thank you for your service to the great state of #Texas.

So Melania Trump Just Tweeted a Christmas Selfie, Santa Hat Filter and All. "#MerryChristmas." By Tess Koman. Dec 25, 2017. #MerryChristmas 🎄🤶🏻 pic.twitter.com/IahMZhf5gc.  This morning, First Lady Melania Trump tweeted out a fish face Christmas selfie using the Snapchat Santa filter. She captioned the photo, which features floating Snap reindeers, "#MerryChristmas." She presumably tweeted the selfie from Mar-A-Lago, where she and the President are spending the holiday. Last night, she and Donald Trump took calls concerning Santa's exact location from the North American Aerospace Defense Command, The Hill reports. Getty Images.

After Melania Trump's Communications Director Stephanie Grisham tweeted a photo of the White House's festive decorations, the people responded by hilariously poking fun at what looks like a Tim Burton-designed Christmas horror anti-wonderland. Show Full Text. From The Shining to Pan's Labyrinth, the eerie twig-lined hallway got all the attention and Photoshop it deserved, highlighting that the White House definitely looks more frightening than merry.

Christmas at the White House has always been a cherished, time-honored tradition. The White House gets new Christmas decorations every year to reflect a theme typically chosen by the First Lady. The theme also is a reflection of the administration who is occupying the office. Typically, the first lady has a major hand in decorating process.  And Melania Trump did not disappoint. While previous administrations certainly added their own tinsel to the White House around Christmastime, Melania’s decorations were universally hailed as a triumph to the glory of Christmas for all times. Hence the chosen theme for this year: “Time-Honored Traditions.”

Melania Trump was in the holiday spirit on Christmas Day — but Twitter, not so much. The first lady was trolled on social media after she posted a selfie with a filter featuring a Santa hat and sparkling reindeer. Get push notifications with news, features, and more. + Follow. Following. You'll get the latest updates on this topic in your browser notifications. “#MerryChristmas,” the first lady captioned the photo, adding emojis of a Christmas tree and Santa Claus. It wasn’t long before Trump’s post was flooded with responses, some of which were positive but many of which criticized her f

First lady Melania Trump hosted children to the White House Monday as she walked through a fully-decorated executive mansion, unveiling her vision of a Trump Christmas – simple, yet elegant, with elements of Americana and nature. The decorations are up! @WhiteHouse is ready to celebrate! Wishing you a Merry Christmas & joyous holiday season! pic.twitter.com/d6ZuyeFvrw. — Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) November 27, 2017. ‘She’s beautiful, like an angel!’ one young boy remarked, as the first lady – whose cream-colored belted dress with bell sleeves could have been worn by a tree topper – walked int

Melania Trump Christmas selfie criticised by internet users - ‘I miss Michelle’. MELANIA TRUMP sent Twitter and Instagram into a frenzy this Christmas when she posted a festive-themed selfie complete with a Santa hat. The wife of Donald Trump looked half her age in the snap. By Emily Hodgkin. 11:59, Wed, Dec 27, 2017 | UPDATED: 15:50, Wed, Dec 27, 2017. Donald and Melania Trump take Christmas Eve calls from children. Video Player is loading. Donald and Melania Trump take Christmas Eve calls from children. Donald and Melania Trump take Christmas Eve calls from children. Share. Play Video.

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