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The White House Christmas decorations have arrived and, alas, there are no blood trees

Mashable Monday, 2 December 2019
It's Christmas time at the White House, which means that the world is once again given a small glimpse at the decked out halls.

We had high, high hopes for this year's decorations, because as you may recall Melania weirdly started planning them in JULY, smack dab in the middle of Robert Mueller's first hearing on Capitol Hill....
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News video: White House Christmas Decorations Unveiled

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The First Family is celebrating their third holiday season in the White House. They’ve officially decked the halls for Christmas! Here's a look at this year's festive decorations.

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