First Lady Melania Trump unveiled her 2018 Christmas Decorations at The White House, in a sneak peek to reporters on Monday.
The First Lady went with the patriotic theme “American Treasures” in an effort to recognize the country’s “unique heritage.”
Monday’s unveiling included 40 red topiary trees in the East Colonade and an 18-foot Fraser fir Christmas tree with more than 500 feet of blue-velvet ribbon.
Avery County- here’s some video of the 22-year old tree that will end up in the Blue Room of the White House. pic.twitter.com/Gf577Djoin
— Dave Faherty (@FahertyWSOC9) November 14, 2018
In the East Room, multiple cityscapes line the mantels – including the skyline of New York – the President and First Lady’s hometown – front and center.
Melania touted her involvement in the design of this year’s decorations in a tweet on Monday:
— Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) November 26, 2018
— Stephanie Grisham (@StephGrisham45) November 27, 2017
According to a previous White House statement, Melania has been working on Christmas decorations since at least August.
In a statement, the First Lady said “Our theme honors the heart and spirit of the American people.”
Approximately 30,000 visitors are scheduled to go on White House tours in December.
Harry Cherry is a freelance reporter and writer for America First Media Group. Follow him on Twitter at @RealHarryCherry.
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