A Traditional Holiday Look for This White House

White House Displays Beautiful Nativity Scene with Baby Jesus

White House Displays Beautiful Nativity Scene with Baby Jesus

President Trump has followed through on his promise to say Merry Christmas again instead of the politically correct Happy Holidays greeting. "It says "happy holidays" all over", Donald Trump proclaimed in the past.

"I don't think I was overlooked", Ryan said.

Thursday night, United States President Donald Trump and his wife Melania will light America's national Christmas tree in a park near the White House.

The bakers at White House made a huge gingerbread in the shape of the Presidential residence.

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President Trump and First Lady Melania Trumps' signatures appear to be almost identical in new Christmas card. The Obamas' seasonal cards wished receivers a "Happy Holiday", which accommodated individuals that celebrate Christmas and those that don't. The tree occupies the center of the White House's Blue Room. Fifty-six Lego gingerbread houses, one for each state and US territory, were nestled in the branches of the trees that decorated the State Dining Room.

A separate tree near the East Wing entrance honors military families who have lost loved ones.

New this year are wreaths hanging from the exterior of every window.

The 350-pound (about 160-kilogram) gingerbread house this year offers a view of the White House from the south.

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"Merry Christmas, everybody. Merry Christmas", Trump said.

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 holiday celebrations get underway Monday with a party for the volunteer decorators and will continue into December with receptions and parties - sometimes two a day - for the next several weeks, including a party Friday for the news media. Plenty of food is ready and waiting for them. Many of those are expected to go home with visitors.

Ex-Press Secretary Sean Spicer also squared off with Ryan, telling her to "stop shaking your head" during a tense exchange that began with the reporter asking how the Trump administration was planning on fixing its public image. Caty Weaver adapted it for Learning English.

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