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Melania Trump Reveals Another Surreal White House Christmas Decor Video


U.S. landmarks surrounded the Ginger Bread White House in the State Dining Room.

Of course, there's still plenty to snipe about, as the Twitter response to Melania's surreal video-in which the First Lady, swathed in head-to-toe cream knitwear, straightens tiny wreaths on little White House replicas and sprinkles what appears to be glitter on ornament-bedecked pine boughs- proves.

(I believe the words "hell on earth" were even tossed around.) So the White House really had to step up the decorating game this year to please the American people. "I am delighted to share this attractive exhibit of patriotism for all to see, and excited for everyone to experience the beauty of the #Christmas season", Trump tweeted.

Melania Trump has debuted this year's White House Christmas decorations on social media - and they do not disappoint.

" "The Spirit of America" is shining in the White House!"

Melania definitely toned things down this year and took a more classic approach, free from strange-looking trees.

"When I travel the country, I am inspired by the hard working people and families that I meet", the first lady said.

Here are a few of the highlights of the White House decorated for the holidays.

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.

A close-up of a tree in the State Dining Room.

Staff from Windsor castle adjust decorations on a Christmas tree in the Crimson Drawing room.

A decorated tree stands next to the portrait of President George Washington in the East Room.

As is tradition, volunteers from all 50 states descended on the White House like elves, hanging the 800 feet of garlands, tying 15,000 bows and stringing more than 2,500 strands of lights.