MSNBC Trolls Trump on 'Merry Christmas' With a Special Video

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Donald Trump's least presidential moments so far.

In 2017, that Christmas spirit is now on full display at the White House.

"CNN will not be attending this year's White House Christmas party".

President Trump has often reiterated that "We're gonna start saying Merry Christmas again!" and the White House decorations seem to back up the Trump family's commitment to celebrating the Christmas holiday.

Former US President Ulysses S. Grant signed legislation marking Christmas as a national holiday.

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At the top of the CFP rankings are No. 1 Clemson (11-1), No. 2 Auburn (10-2), No. 3 Oklahoma (11-1) and No. 4 Wisconsin (12-0). The Trojans and Frogs have similar resumes now, and a win over No. 3 Oklahoma might give TCU more ammunition to make a jump.


Donald Trump continues to peddle conspiracy theories to aides and senators behind closed doors, according to reports. VA centers failed to report potentially unsafe doctors Obama congratulates Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on their engagement MORE and his wife Michelle ObamaMichelle LeVaughn Robinson ObamaObama congratulates Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on their engagement Michelle Obama on sexual misconduct allegations: I'm "sick" Michelle Obama on dealing with hard times: "Don't tweet nasty stuff" MORE wishing the country "Merry Christmas" while he served in office.

Despite apologising for the comments in the run-up to the election previous year, the President has told allies the voice was not actually his, according to The New York Times.

The first lady's office previewed the decorations for journalists on Monday after more than 150 volunteers from 29 states spent 1,600 hours during the long holiday weekend decking the White House halls.

The White House says 25,000 visitors are expected to take special Christmas tours of the building during the holidays.

This year marks the 95th annual National Christmas Tree Lighting. Fifty-six Lego gingerbread houses, one for each state and USA territory, were nestled in the branches of the trees that decorated the State Dining Room.

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