Some readers, however, criticized President Trump for his past comments and behavior towards Gold Star families and military personnel like prisoner of war and Senator John McCain. "Wishing you a Merry Christmas & joyous holiday season!"
"Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year", says the Trumps' card, signed by the president, the first lady and Barron Trump, their 11-year-old son. "Right? Merry Christmas. We're gonna start saying "Merry Christmas" again".
But the real fun was reserved for the decorations, particularly this photograph of a long dark corridor lined with white Christmas trees that was shared on twitter by the First Lady's director of communications.
First Lady Melania Trump proudly showed off DC's newest winter wonderland to children from Joint Base Andrews Monday.
The decorations were designed by the first lady in honor of the 200 years of holiday traditions that have occurred at the presidential residence.
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Along with the moving tribute, the White House decor also offered a large gingerbread house, which Newsweek reported was "not meant for eating", according to the White House.
President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump unveiled their holiday card on Tuesday ahead of celebrating their first Christmas in the White House, but social media users have taken notice to the couple's eerily similar signatures featured upon it.
"Mrs. Trump's impeccable style is seen in the beautifully understated decorations and give a great nod to the First Families that came before them", Pickens said.
The holiday celebrating begins later Monday with a party for the volunteer decorators and will continue well into December with receptions and parties - sometimes two a day - for the next several weeks. Trump regularly dismisses the media as "fake news", including in a tweet Monday. The decorations include 71 floral wreaths, 53 Christmas trees, 12,000 decorative ornaments and many lights!
During President Barack Obama's final Christmas in office, larger-than-life replicas of family dogs Bo and Sunny greeted visitors in the East Wing. The tree was then adorned with seals of every U.S. state and territory.