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Melania Trump Is Getting The White House Ready For Christmas And Everyone Is Bringing Up The Same Point

It seems like the First Lady of the United States Melania Trump has begun the decoration process for her new home that is the White House. She tweeted a small series of photos to her more than 9 million followers which showed her putting up a variety of Christmas decorations in a number of places.

However, akin to anything that is related to Trump, Melania was scrutinized heavily for her pictures.

Some noticed that she said ‘Happy Holidays’ instead of Merry Christmas while others commented on her wardrobe change for the Christmas decoration tasks.

In the pictures, the US First Lady can be seen changing into two different wardrobes in order to decorate the tree.

Melania first wore a pair of tight trousers along with boots, and a jumper in the festive shade of red in order to receive the new Christmas tree.

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In the other photos, she switched to a pale pink formal coat and a dress with matching capped sleeves.

What most Twitter users realized was that Melania was wearing two forms of outerwear while indoors! Quinn Cummings tweeted: ‘why is Duchess of Uncanny Valley wearing her coat indoors? Gonna try to use the holiday confusion as a chance to make a break for it?’

Jackie Calmes tweeted: ‘as you labor over Thanksgiving preparations this evening, try draping your cashmere coat over your shoulders.’

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People just couldn’t help but notice how the off-the-shoulder look must restrict her movements as she is going about putting up decorations.

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Others reacted to how Melania said ‘Happy Holidays’ as opposed to ‘Merry Christmas.’ Jon tweeted: ‘under the Trump administration, we’re finally allowed to say “Happy Holidays” again.’ Gray Connolly wrote: ‘holidays? I thought 2016 meant you could say Merry Christmas again?’

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But this year, Trump said: ‘they don’t use the word Christmas because it’s not politically correct. We’re saying Merry Christmas again.’

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