Melania Trump slammed for thanking volunteers for decorating White House for holidays: 'F Christmas she said'

The First Lady had earlier drawn flak for a recording in which she is heard dropping the F-bomb while addressing Christmas decorations for the White House

                            Melania Trump slammed for thanking volunteers for decorating White House for holidays: 'F Christmas she said'
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Melania Trump came under fire over the weekend on social media after she thanks volunteers for helping her decorate the White House for Christmas this year — which will be the last year she shouldered the responsibility of carrying out the tradition as the First Lady since a new FLOTUS would be taking over next year after President Donald Trump's election loss. 

"This weekend, volunteers from all across America have come to decorate the @WhiteHouse for the holiday season. Thank you for your time, enthusiasm & devotion to make sure the spirit of peace & joy fill the historic rooms & halls of the People’s House! #WHChristmas," her tweet read as she posted photos of people decorating the White House Christmas tree.


Since none of the volunteers were seen wearing masks as they decked the White House Christmas tree with ornaments amid an ongoing pandemic, social media users were concerned about the health and safety of the people who helped the First Lady decorate the halls of the presidential mansion. "Yippee, another super spreader event, just in time for the holidays," one of them wrote, while another said, "Please have that guy in the second picture wear a mask, because the White House is now a superspreading event."




We previously reported that Melania’s former best friend and East Wing adviser Stephanie Winston Wolkoff made an extensive recording of the First Lady public in which the FLOTUS is heard dropping the F-bomb while addressing Christmas decorations for the White House along with other shocking details.

A segment from Melania Tapes from 2018 went viral and earned the FLOTUS a lot of wrath as she blatantly expressed her disinterest in decorating the White House for the annual festival and also criticized mainstream media for not publishing positive stories about her and husband Trump’s administration.
The tape sees Melania in conversation with Wolkoff, during which she says: “They say I’m complicit, I’m the same like him, I support him. I don’t say enough, I don’t do enough. I am working my a** off at Christmas stuff that you know, who gives a f**k about Christmas stuff and decoration? But I need to do it right? Correct?”

“And then I do it. And I say that I’m working on Christmas planning for Christmas. And they said, ‘Oh, what about the children that they were separated?’ Give me a f**king break. Were they saying anything when Obama did that?”

The content of the tapes were in the minds of most of the people who took to the comments section of Melania's tweet. "Okay, Mrs I hate Christmas," one person wrote, while another said, "Because, as we all know, Christmas is Melania’s favorite thing!!!!!!!!!" A third commented, "You heard the tape with her talking about Christmas and kids in cages?" The next noted, "F Christmas she said."

Someone else added, "After what we heard you say on tape, I’m shocked that you tweeted this." One person tweeted, "Ya sure Melania, we know how much you love the fcuking Christmas." Another wrote, "I think we all know very well how you feel about Christmas and decorating. Nice try."














However, not everyone hated the tweet as some Trump supporters showing their love for how the decorations had turned out. "I look forward to seeing how beautiful you make the Whitehouse!! Thanks to all the volunteers and to our First Lady!! God bless you all" one of them wrote, while another said, "As a taxpayer I would like to say thanks to the volunteers as well! Kudos!!! JOB WELL DONE!!!" Sobody else noted, "Gorgeous. Can't wait to see it when it is all done."






TMZ was the first outlet to report earlier this month that the mother-of-one was planning on decorating 1600 Pennsylvania Ave again this year for Christmas, in keeping with the tradition before leaving the iconic residence this January.

After leaked audiotapes last month suggested that Melania did not particularly enjoy supervising the Christmas decorations for the White House, many thought that she might shrug off the responsibility this year if her husband was defeated by President-elect Joe Biden, which came to pass.

The outlet also pointed out that it would be interesting what theme Melania picks as her husband is not exactly in a celebratory mood — bitterly refusing to concede to his Democratic opponent and gearing up to fight a barrage of legal battles across multiple states to prove his claim that the elections were "stolen" from him.

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