It's the final Christmas in the White House for the Trump family, although President Donald Trump continues to insist - despite evidence to the contrary - that he won the November 3 election. President-elect Joe Biden will be sworn into office on January 20.
"We regret to inform Melania Trump that it is once again time to give a f-ck about Christmas", Mashable wrote, going on to call 2018's red tree decorations "blood trees", and renaming 2017's display "hell on Earth".
Devine claimed insiders told her Melania has been "too trusting" of Grisham, who was previously the White House press secretary and communications director.
And the official White House Christmas tree in the Blue Room is decorated with ornaments created by students across the country; each depicts what makes their state attractive. Wrapped gifts beneath decorated trees lining the Cross Hall bear tags that say "peace", "love", "faith" and "joy".
The video starts off with the soon-to-be-former first lady peering over the railing on a staircase landing, surveying a hallway crammed with decorated Christmas trees.
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The source said Melania Trump's book could be worth "big money", adding that sales of the first lady's story, if any could be drive by Stephanie Wolkoff's secret audio and print tapes.
On Saturday she thanked those who had helped decorate.
The library is decorated to recognize the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, giving women the right to vote.
Twitter users joked that the book would likely be eerily similar to former first lady Michelle Obama's, a reference to Melania's 2016 Republican National Convention speech.
Karen Pence said "Old Fashioned Christmas" is their theme.
In a season meant to celebrate family, friends, community and warmth, one can still always rely on legacy outlets to find something unfitting about the Trumps.
The First Lady was the subject of a leaked recording a few months ago that heard her saying, "I'm working ... my a** off on the Christmas stuff, that you know, who gives a f*** about the Christmas stuff and decorations?"