Trolling social media users took to their Twitter platform to share some thoughts on the new "touch".
Needless to say, she isn't alone in denying the veracity of the story, as made clear by the recent presidential tweet insisting that the discord Vanity Fair piece alleges is non-existent.
White house ready for Christmas: the Christmas tree set, gingerbread house in its place, the festive preparations are completed and today the first lady hosted a tour of handsome residence for journalists and selected visitors.
Another wrote: 'Keep the mistletoe away from your husband. "Then, visitors will see the Library, which features President Franklin D. Roosevelt's 1866 edition of 'A Christmas Carol, ' as they recall the time-honored custom of reading Christmas stories to loved ones".
Yet, even in the White House, her East Wing offices are "sparsely inhabited", Ellison intones in her speculative report.
Another said vaguely: 'So now people are outraged by mistletoe?
President Barack Obama's holiday cards notably left out the phrase in favor of the more generic greeting.
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First Lady Melania Trump hugs children in the East Room as she tours Christmas decorations at the White House, Nov. 27, 2017.
It seems Trump is making good on his campaign and post-campaign promises to fight political correctness. You go to department stores, and they'll say, "Happy New Year" and they'll say other things.
"We're saying 'Merry Christmas" again'.
But the article portrays Melania Trump's effort to force a decision out of her husband as having backfired, thrusting her into a public role - and accompanying bright spotlight - that she did not want.
"A display of candy as part of Christmas decorations are seen in the Red Room".
There are rooms and halls filled with cookies, Christmas trees, crafts, and classic decorations.
Last year, the Obamas put out a giant gingerbread White House replica, as well as two lego gingerbread houses.
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