Melania Trump's Office Blasts 'Shameful' Vanity Fair Profile Full of 'False Assertions'

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Melania Trump unveiled the holiday decorations at the White House on Monday and posted a video of the decor on her Facebook and Twitter pagtes.

It was also clear to Stone that Melania Trump viewed her husband's entry into politics as "Donald's thing", not her thing, according to the Vanity Fair report on Melania's "secretive East Wing" and her tenure so far as First Lady.

The video gave a sneak-peak of the First Lady organising the incredible display and even working with chefs to create the flawless Christmas cookies!

At the request of the first lady, they also produced a replica of the presidential residence out of glazed gingerbread, weighing almost 160 kg.

Mrs Trump took charge of decorating the White House for Christmas, welcoming children to see an 18ft fir tree and 350lb gingerbread house.

The pair broke with tradition by living at Trump Tower in NY since the inauguration so that Barron, 11, could finish the school year.

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Friends claim Melania Trump didn't want to be FLOTUS, but did it for her husband. The anonymous pal added, "She didn't want this come hell or high water. I don't think she was ever too insane about it", Stone told the magazine. She is the one who pushed him to run just by saying "run or do not run".

"She said, "It's not my thing".

"The decorations are up!" she tweeted.

"Wishing you a Merry Christmas and joyous holiday season!"

Melania Trump gave a sneak peek of the theme of this year's holiday decorations at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, and it's clear that she opted for a more traditional motif which includes 53 Christmas trees festooned with more than 12,000 ornaments and 18,000 lights, according to her office.

TheVanity Fair profile did feature one named source: Roger Stone, one of Donald Trump's early advisers.