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Barron Trump back in the spotlight for White House holiday events

22 Ноября 2017

NBC previously reported that military members on the Panama trip had been removed from White House duty.

A quartet played holiday tunes as the horse-drawn wagon bearing the tree pulled up the White House driveway.

The first lady, wearing a red turtleneck and a coat draped over her shoulders, and 11-year-old Barron, in a dark suit coat, white shirt and dark slacks, circled the tree and then visited with growers Jim and Diane Chapman.

"This is a beautiful tree".

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Officials familiar with the situation told The Post that the three noncommissioned officers allegedly broke a curfew during Trump's Vietnam visit. "Thank you Mrs. Trump", another wrote. During last year's presidential campaign, he railed against the habit of saying "Happy Holidays" instead of "Merry Christmas", characterizing it as a "chipping away at Christianity".

"Wonderful news. I can hardly wait till it us shown on tv".

The agency provides secure communications to the president, vice president and other officials.

The Chapmans' tree will be displayed inside the White House Blue Room as the centerpiece of all the Christmas decorations. The tree the wreaths the nativity scene will make my Christmas more meaning full for me.

First lady Melania Trump Barron Trump receive the official White House Christmas tree at the North Portico on Nov. 20, 2017. The men were accused of taking foreign women into a secure area after hours while waiting for Pence's arrival.

Service members with high-level security clearances are expected to report contacts with foreign individuals to ensure that their interactions do not compromise national security. HuffPost has reached out to the agency for comment. The president plans to light the National Christmas Tree on the Ellipse on Thursday.

Barron Trump back in the spotlight for White House holiday events