The White House Christmas Video Looks Like A JCPenney Commercial

Ann Santiago
November 30, 2017

First lady Melania Trump has opted for a more traditional decor for her family's first Christmas in the White House, adding a few new touches to the standards.

"As a magazine tailored to women it is shameful that they continue to write salacious and false stories meant to demean Mrs Trump, rather than focus on her positive work as First Lady and a supportive wife and mother", the statement continued. "She didn't want this come hell or high water", a longtime friend of the Trumps told Vanity Fair.

Roger Stone, a former Trump campaign advisor, said: "He always wanted to run".

She is the first ever third wife of a president to occupy the post, which carries informal duties but no constitutional role. An unnamed source said, "this isn't something she wanted, and it isn't something she ever thought he'd win".

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

"Merry Christmas", the first lady said to the kids, as she embraced several of the children with a big group hug.


The First Lady seemed blissfully unaware of how weird she looked standing there and eventually even cracked a smile.

Ivana previously told ABC News that she would be a great first lady if she was still married to Trump-but has no desire to live such a public lifestyle. "It's Donald's thing". And I think she understood he was going to be unhappy if he didn't run", she said.

She took months before moving to Washington from the Trump Tower penthouse she shared with her husband.

But Melania Trump is at least more popular than her husband, with 44 percent of respondents in a recent CNN poll holding a favorable view of her versus his approval rating of 41 percent. This year's version seems to make an appearance in the First Lady's promotional video.

Elsewhere, the White House library features a tree which has been made up entirely of books. "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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