Melania Trump fires back at Christmas decoration critics

Yolanda Curtis
November 30, 2018

Yesterday evening, Melania was already back in Washington DC. with Donald for the National Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony held by the National Park Service near the White House.

She also spoke about making time with the President.

Melania Trump has responded to criticism of her choice of Christmas decorations for the White House, saying they "look fantastic". Seeing as the decorations always have a theme, it is possible that last year's was: "No ballerinas were harmed in the making of this video".

Melania announced this year's holiday theme is "American Treasures" and is created to recognize the country's "unique heritage". The excitement started on November... "In real life, they look even more attractive". I hope everybody will come over and visit it.

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The Liberty University audience applauded for the First Lady's comment before she proceeded by inviting everyone to the White House to see the decorations, which feature numerous Christmas trees including rows of trees in a deep red shade that many joked resembled blood.

It's not the first time Stephen King's horror hotel movie has been mentioned in connection with the first lady's holiday tastes.

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"When I took on opioid abuse as one of the pillars of my initiative 'Be Best, ' I did it with the goal of helping children of all ages".

The first lady shared statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention from 2017 that showed there were more than 72,000 deaths to opioid overdose, which is more than any other year on record - 103 people in the USA die each day due to the opioid abuse.

"We must commit to remove the stigma of shame that comes with addiction".

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