First lady Melania Trump unveils sneak peek at White House holiday decorations

First lady Melania Trump unveils sneak peek at White House holiday decorations

First lady Melania Trump unveils sneak peek at White House holiday decorations

Before the first lady arrived in the East Room, decorated with several large trees and the White House creche, the children's chaperone told them to 'act natural, ' as they grinned for the cameras.

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

She smiled as she enjoyed a performance by ballerinas at the elaborate event. An estimate of 25,000 visitors are expected to tour the White House for the Christmas holiday.

Taking to her official Instagram and Twitter pages, Donald's wife shared an incredible video of the lavish trees and decorations that have transformed the White House into a Winter Wonderland. "She didn't want this come hell or high water", they told Vanity Fair. "And I think she understood he was going to be unhappy if he didn't run".

Count Melania Trump among those surprised that her husband won the presidency. She and Barron, in fact, made the move to Washington D.C.in early summer.

"She said, "It's not my thing". The statement goes after the "liberal media" and attempts to discredit the Vanity Fair article for citing unidentified sources and painting Melania in a negative light. "The one who has the most control over Donald is Melania, 100 percent", says Thomas Barrack Jr. Melania's friends reportedly seemed less certain about the first lady's attitude, saying only that it's "old news" that the two lead completely separate lives.

Zampolli is the former modeling-agency proprietor who represented the Slovenian-born former Melania Knauss when she first arrived in the United States in 1996. Ellison adds that after talking to a number of insiders, Melania Trump was "unprepared" and "unsuited" to handle the role of being first lady. "She knows what she wants".

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