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First Lady Melania Trump debuted the White House Christmas decorations on Monday giving the public a peek at this year’s theme.

The Office of the First Lady invited reporters and Breitbart News to an early Monday morning preview of the decorations, a tribute to “The Spirit of America.”

First Lady Melania Trump described this year’s theme in a statement:

This Christmas season I want to honor those who have shaped our country and made it the place we are proud to call home, and I am excited to announce our White House holiday theme, ‘The Spirit of America’ When I travel the country, I am inspired by the hard-working people and families that I meet. No matter which state they call home, many Americans share a strong set of values and deep appreciation for the traditions and history of our great nation. Thank you to all of the staff and volunteers who worked to make sure the People’s House was ready for Christmas. Wishing everyone a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

Melania Trump has dazzled Americans every year with the White House Christmas decorations, making The East Colonnade a must-have photo for visitors for the Christmas season.

The first Christmas was a dazzling sparkling winter wonderland theme, the second Christmas was the bold red trees that went viral on social media.

For 2019, the first lady featured a tribute to American design, innovation, and architecture.

The First Lady’s Office also released a video previewing Monday’s release of the decorations to the public.

“The Spirit of America” #ChristmasWhiteHouse2019

The White House band played Christmas music as photographers, reporters, and videographers got their first look for the annual Christmas decorations personally curated by First Lady Melania Trump.

Good morning!

Press preview of White House Christmas 🎄

This year’s gingerbread house features the White House and iconic American landmarks including the Golden Gate Bridge in California, the Space Needle in Seattle, Washington, South Dakota’s Mount Rushmore, The Alamo in Texas, the Gateway Arch of St. Louis, the Liberty Bell in Philidelphia, and New York City’s Statue of Liberty.

The cake features 200 lbs. of gingerbread dough, 125 lbs. of pastillage dough, 35 lbs. of chocolate, and 25 lbs. of icing.

325 pounds of dough, 35 pounds of chocolate, and 25 pounds of icing 😋

The President and the First Lady welcome guests to the White House for several parties and reception throughout the Christmas season.

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7 Comments
  • Michael says:

    Looks great! What are the jerk-off Democrats and press going to complain about this time? Let me guess, all those white lights are racist, right?

    • proud patriot says:

      You’re the one complaining, Michael. Can’t you see the irony in your statement? It’s sad that you can’t just say something kind.

  • RD says:

    The wicked dems don’t acknowledge Christmas. There has to be an X before Christ resulting in X-mas. The dems are the true Grinches.

    • proud patriot says:

      So nice to see that even on Christmas, your hatred shines through. Not enough for you to praise the decorations. No, you must seize upon this opportunity to denegrate your fellow Americans. Apparently to you and Trump and the rest of the MAGAs, Jesus means hatred.

  • mary says:

    The decorations. OMG! WOW! BEAUTIFUL!. Thank you Mrs. Trump. Thank you so much for being the First Lady.

  • C. Elaine Fontana says:

    Absolutely gorgeous as were the two previous Christmases. Beautiful job, First Lady. All three have been outstandingly beautiful and awesome.

  • A. Wilk says:

    The White House is truly our House of Light! It’s glorious and magnificent to behold.

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