Milania Trump Brings Christmas Back to White House in Epic Fashion… Nativity Scene Front and Center… Stunning Video

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Christmas at the White House

Every December, the White House is filled with holiday decorations: Christmas trees, wreaths, garland, colorful lights, gingerbread houses, and more. A team of volunteers from across the country worked diligently in late November to get the White House ready for the very popular public White House holiday tours.

This year’s theme is “Time Honored Traditions” and features 53 Christmas trees with over 12,000 ornaments, 18,000 feet of Christmas lights, 71 wreaths, and a 350 pound Gingerbread house. Continuing an annual tradition for over 45 years, the White House Crèche, an 18th century terra cotta and wood nativity scene, is displayed in the East Room.

2 thoughts on “Milania Trump Brings Christmas Back to White House in Epic Fashion… Nativity Scene Front and Center… Stunning Video

  • Jesus and the Observance of Christmas.
    ”I come today and offer mankind My Preace but few listen; today I come with peace-terms and a Message of Love, but the Peace I am offering is blasphemed by the earth and the Love I am giving them is mocked and jeered in this Eve of My Birth; Mankind are celebrating these days without My Holy Name ;My Holy Name has been abolished and they take the day of My Birth as a great holiday of leasure , worshipping idols;
    From the True Life in God messages; 24/december/1991.
    Will the White House also have a display of the real Christmas scene ?

  • Your headline is very misleading. It’s as if the FLOTUS is bringing Christmas back after being gone. Michelle Obama did a beautiful job overseeing the decoration of the White House…for eight years. The Nativity is in the exact same spot as it was in 2015. I looked it up.
    ” East Room~
    Holiday Volunteer: Collin Falvey (Brookfield, WI)
    Entering the historic East Room under a canopy of sparkling icicles and glimmering silver spheres, guests are greeted with a multitude of white, silver, and champagne tones.
    Four grand trees are covered with ornate decorations of iridescent pearls, frosty icicles, vintage jewels, and delicate buttons trim the edges of the largest room in the White House.
    A long-standing holiday tradition—the White House crèche—graces this room. The nativity scene made of terra cotta and intricately carved wood was fashioned in Naples, Italy in the eighteenth century. Donated to the White House in the 1960s, this piece has sat in the East Room for the holidays for more than forty-five years, spanning nine administrations.
    Twelve works of art are nestled into the mantles.” ~ Briefing Room Statement, The White House
    Office of the First Lady, Dec.2,2015

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