Latest Photos Of Melania Trump In The White House Spark Controversy

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"With Trump as your president, we are going to be celebrating "Merry Christmas" again, and it's going to be done with a big, attractive tax cut", he told the cheering crowd.

While most of the decorations appear traditional, one hallway has a more modern, stark display.

- The Trump family is getting ready to celebrate their first Christmas in the White House, and first lady Melania Trump has already decked the halls.

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. "On behalf of my husband and Barron, I want to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and joyous holiday season", said the first lady.

This year's National Christmas Tree is a Colorado blue spruce from Virginia, ad it was planted on the Ellipse on October 27, 2012, according to Shelby Galvin, public affairs specialist Public Affairs Specialist with the National Parks Service.

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And that wish for a Merry Christmas, was proclaimed loud and proud, all the way down to this year's official Christmas cards. Mrs. Trump has also invited children and students from a nearby military base to come see the decorations and work on holiday arts and crafts.

The "Time-Honored Traditions" theme, which a White House press release said pays "respect to 200 years of holiday traditions" at the presidential home, features the usual giant Christmas tree and other festive touches.

Melania Trump, alongside President Donald Trump, wears a red Chanel coat with nude Christian Louboutin So Kate pumps. "The man who brought "Merry Christmas" back to our nation's capital - and you did, sir".

The nearly 100-year-old tradition dates back to the 30th president of the U.S., President Calvin Coolidge, in 1923.