Melania Trump highlights 'Spirit of America' for holiday decoration theme

A fireplace mantle is decorated in the Green Room during the 2019 Christmas preview at the White House Monday Dec. 2 2019 in Washington

A fireplace mantle is decorated in the Green Room during the 2019 Christmas preview at the White House Monday Dec. 2 2019 in Washington

In a tradition dating back to Jackie Kennedy, Melania Trump unveiled her theme for the White House Christmas decorations at the weekend, announcing on Instagram and Twitter that she'd been inspired by "The Spirit of America".

The announcement was a decisive blow to the millions of aggrieved libs who eschew patriotism in every context not involving soccer, and who remain bitter as a result of their failure to eradicate the Christian holiday during the Barack Obama regime.

Melania Trump inspects Christmas decorations at the White House in this image from video released on December 1, 2019.

The first Christmas was a dazzling sparkling winter wonderland theme, the second Christmas was the bold red trees that went viral on social media.

"'The Spirit of America' is shining in the @WhiteHouse!"

Decorations in the public areas of the White House include 58 Christmas trees, more than 2,500 strands of light, more than 800 feet (244 meters) of garland and more than 15,000 bows. No matter which state they call home, many Americans share a strong set of values and deep appreciation for the traditions and history of our great nation.

Melania Trump adjusts decorations at the White House in this image from video released on December 1, 2019.

USA landmarks surrounded the Ginger Bread White House in the State Dining Room.

A decorated tree stands next to the portrait of President George Washington in the East Room.

A fireplace mantle is decorated in the Green Room, which features beloved and classic Christmas tales.

The footage begins with Melania opening one of the doors of a giant advent calendar crafted in the shape of the White House.

The flag colours (red, white and blue) taking centre-stage, from fire place covered in red roses, the national flower of the United States since 1986, to flag-themed ornaments in the trees, together with festive gold and green.

For 2019, the first lady featured a tribute to American design, innovation, and architecture.

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