When Trump began her tour of the White House decorations, says the Daily Mail, "she was greeted by three ballerinas performing to the Nutcracker Suite, which was the first White House Christmas theme".
"We will send a White House reporting team to the event and report on it if news warrants", the statement continued.
Trump last weekend in a tweet said, "Fox News is much more important in the United States than CNN but outside of the U.S., CNN International is still a major source of (Fake) news, and they represent our Nation to the WORLD very poorly".
The event, which is scheduled for Friday at 2:00 p.m. EST, is typically a chance for members of the press to mingle with White House staff in a less aggressive setting than press conferences.
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And this Christmas decor debate certainly isn't the first time that Melania's posture or fashion choices have either come under fire or elicited a grandiose amount of patronizing sympathy - two very different sentiments that have each inspired backlash in subsequent hot takes about the first lady's degree of agency over her own life. Horrorizing the first lady by presenting her either as a trapped victim in a body-snatcher trope or an ominous Ghost of Christmas Doom is a way of dealing with the many narratives surrounding her, while still doing what social media users love to do best: point and laugh. "The outside world does not see the truth from them!"
First Lady of the US Melania Trump has unveiled this year's lavish decorations in a festive video posted on Twitter.
CNN officials believe that the tweet could potentially endanger CNN International journalists who are working in locations worldwide that are hostile to Western reporters, according to Politico. He has often criticized the network as "fake news" and alleged that the network makes up stories. Victor to receive the FAKE NEWS TROPHY!'
On Monday the department sued AT&T to block the merger with the justification that it will hurt competition and consumers.
This year's theme is "Time-Honored Traditions".