Melania Trump’s Christmas plans as First Lady decorates White House for final time

Melania Trump plans on keeping with First Lady tradition by decorating the White House one last time.

A representative for the First Lady told TMZ that despite her outburst about Christmas decorations in 2018, Melania will get the lights and tinsel out once again at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.

The former adviser of Donald Trump’s wife, Stephanie Wolkoff recorded Melania venting her frustrations about the public’s perception of her.

She said: “They say I’m complicit. I’m the same like him, I support him. I don’t say enough I don’t do enough where I am.

“I’m working my ass off at Christmas stuff. You know, who gives a f*** about Christmas stuff and decoration? But I need to do it, right?”



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Melania Trump has every intention of decorating the White House again this year
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In the same recording from 2018, Melania can be heard saying: “And then I do it, and I say that I’m working on Christmas planning for the Christmas, and they said ‘Oh what about the children that were separated?’

“Give me a f****** break! Were they saying anything when Obama did that?”

As the White House gets yet another Trump makeover for Christmas, its annual decoration has not gone without any criticism over the past few years.



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The official White House Christmas tree in the Blue Room at the White House last year
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Red trees Melania chose for Christmas 2018 were likened to characters from the sinister dystopian novel The Handmaid’s Tale.

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Melania Trump at the National Christmas Tree Lighting at The Ellipse in President’s Park
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President-elect Joe Biden will not move into the White House in Washington DC until January 2021, giving the Trump family time to celebrate the festive season.

Donald Trump, however, remains insistent on challenging the election results on the unsubstantiated claims of voting fraud.