Melania Trump unveils annual White House Christmas decorations

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This isn't surprising to anyone who has been following the current First Family, as Melania has come under scrutiny for remaining in NY while her husband was in the White House.

"I don't think she was ever too insane about it".

Friends claim Melania Trump didn't want to be FLOTUS, but did it for her husband.

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

When you're the First Lady and you invite reporters to your home to tour your newly hung Christmas decorations, sometimes things can go awry.

President Donald Trump's third wife has decorated the White House for the holidays, The Hill reported Monday morning. She is the one who pushed him to run just by saying "run or do not run". "It's Donald's thing". And I think she understood he was going to be unhappy if he didn't run", he said.

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But this year, Donald Trump fulfilled a campaign promise of sorts with his card.

"As has been stated on the record many times before, she is honoured by her role".

The lengthy article examined Mrs. Trump in a variety of ways and described in detail how her East Wing office is right above where White House visitors enter the residence and where military members protect the "nuclear football".

The video gave a sneak-peak of the First Lady organising the incredible display and even working with chefs to create the flawless Christmas cookies! She loves living in Washington, D.C., and is honored by her role as first lady of the United States.

Vanity Fair said that Melania's friends are divided on how she feels about her husband, who has been accused by multiple women of sexual harassment or assault.

Since Melania Trump has become the first lady, she's had her hands full with statements delivered by her spokeswoman.

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