Melania Trump Replies Graciously to the Media's Mockery of Her Christmas Decor

Melania Trump Replies Graciously to the Media's Mockery of Her Christmas Decor

The White House released a video showing the first lady walking through hallways of the "people's house" and examining various Christmas decorations, including a hallway full of blood-red Christmas trees.

On the latest installment of her show, Wendy told her audience that she is weirded out by the first family's Christmas trees.

"We are in 21st century, and everybody has different taste", she said.

Vice said that "Melania Trump's Christmas from Hell" pays "tribute to our country's unique heritage of anguish and pain".

"The red Christmas trees in the White House", Bolling said, earning a laugh from Melania Trump.

Melania Trump was wearing her coat instead of draping it over her shoulders - one of her signature fashion moves - in the 35 degree weather.

Melania Trump fires back at critics of her nightmarish red Christmas trees: ‘I think they look fantastic’

"In real life they look even more handsome, and you are all very welcome to visit the White House - the 'people's house, '" she said.

"In the evenings, we try to get together, have dinner", she said, adding, "When you're first lady, you have no free time". "In real life, they look even more lovely and you are all very welcome to visit the White House, the People's House", she said.

This year the theme is either American Treasures or The People's House, depending on who you believe.

Pics and even a clip of Melania walking through the newly decorated house were shared on the official White House Twitter.

But the event was aimed mostly at discussing the U.S. opioid epidemic and she said she had taught her son "what is right, what is wrong".

Watch Ainsley Earhardt's full interview with the first lady on 'Fox & Friends'. I have also learned that addiction is a disease, and like any illness, people need and deserve treatment.

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