As the Christmas season draws near, the Trump family and the White House are getting ready to celebrate in style, with First Lady Melania and Barron leading the charge.
During the campaign, President Trump resonated with the American people, in part due to his insistence to restore Christmas to its former glory, which had been all but destroyed by the left.
This year, the president plans to show just what he meant by “Make Christmas Great Again,” and the White House is has undergone a full Christmas makeover.
On Monday, Melania and Barron received the White House Christmas tree, which was grown by contest-winners Jim and Diane Chapman, owners of Silent Night Evergreens in Wisconsin, and will be placed in the Blue Room.
The 19 1/2 foot tall Balsam fir tree, which won the 2017 National Christmas Tree Association’s contest, was presented to First Lady Melania and Barron at the White House, on a horse-drawn wagon, as has been the NCTA’s tradition since 1966.
The Chapman family, who grew 2017’s contest winning tree, also won the contest in 1996 and 2003, and are honored to send another tree to the White House.
First lady Melania Trump, son Barron welcomed the White House Christmas tree today, a 19.5 ft Balsam fir grown in Endeavor, Wisconsin. pic.twitter.com/Ql8Uz8VkBD
— World News Tonight (@ABCWorldNews) November 20, 2017
Melania has been hard at work for days, preparing the White House for Christmas, and alongside a team of volunteers, has transformed 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue into a winter wonderland.
— Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) November 17, 2017
The White House is ready to show off their Christmas spirit, and is open for tours, as well as chances to take pictures with all the decorations, and have linked a 360 degree “virtual tour” on their website, for everyone to enjoy.