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Capitol Christmas tree gets lit in Washington

USATODAY.com Thursday, 5 December 2019
A tree from the Land of Enchantment better known as New Mexico, is this years Christmas centerpiece in front of the Capitol. (Dec. 4)
 
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WATCH: The Washington, D.C. Capitol Christmas tree was lit during a ceremony Wednesday evening. The ornaments on the tree were handmade by communities in New Mexico. The tree itself is from that state’s Carson National Forest. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Asher Dean, a fourth-grader from New...

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