Of course, there's still plenty to snipe about, as the Twitter response to Melania's surreal video—in which the First Lady, swathed in head-to-toe cream knitwear, straightens tiny wreaths on little White House replicas and sprinkles what appears to be glitter on ornament-bedecked pine boughs— proves.
This year, perhaps in response to the copious criticism, FLOTUS has decided to lean in to more traditional holiday look, with pinecones, stars, red-white-and-blue ornaments, and of course, some "Be Best" Scrabble blocks hanging from the trees.
As the Christmas holiday approaches each year, Melania Trump has made a tradition of revealing her holiday aesthetic for the White House.
In her first holiday season as First Lady, Trump turned the official residence into a moody ice chamber that almost seemed more appropriate for Halloween than Yuletide.
Melania Trump has taken a different approach to her holiday decor this year. https://t.co/VZonpof02D— W Magazine (@wmag) December 2, 2019