Here at WeLoveTrump we’re big fans of our First Lady, Melania Trump!
Always classy, always beautiful and sharp as any First Lady we’ve ever had!
She turned heads again yesterday at the White House Christmas party hosted by the Trumps by wearing a stunning white sleeveless dress.
With the press banned, the mood was festive and full of cheer, and the military band played an assortment of Christmas songs.
President Trump knows how to throw a party!
But back to Melania, take a look at some of the photos:
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Here's more on the event, from the Daily Mail:
Reince Preibus - who served as under Trump between January 20 and July 31 2017, posted a photograph of himself on Twitter with his successor John Kelly, whose resignation was announced by the president on December 8.
'Having a great time at the Whitehouse Christmas Party!' wrote Preibus, who handed in his resignation last year after the shortest tenure of any non-interim White House Chief of Staff in American history.
Photographs from the evening showed Trump and first lady Melania, as well as the President's children from his previous relationships, enjoying the evening with their special guests.
Earlier Thursday, Fox News reported that Trump had cancelled the holiday party invitation for the press. The annual event gave members of the press corps a chance to dine in the White House, wander around the mansion and take photos with the president and first lady.
But the president has attacked the media throughout his time in office, calling the press 'dishonest, 'lying' and slinging accusations of 'fake news'.
Last year, Trump held the party but refused to pose for photos and CNN boycotted the event 'in light of the president's continued attacks on freedom of the press'.
This time he has reportedly pulled the plug on it altogether, although the White House has not confirmed this.
Meanwhile it is unclear who will replace current chief of staff Kelly, who is on the brink of leaving. The president confirmed on Saturday that Kelly would be out by year's end and said a replacement would be announced in a matter of days.
However his plans were turned upside down when Trump's first pick for the position, Nick Ayes, unexpectedly turned the his proposition down.
The White House subsequently said that Kelly would be staying on until early January 'at least' to the manage the West Wing while the president conducts his search for a replacement.