First Lady Melanie Trump left her criticism of her latest Christmas decorations at the White House and invited everyone to personally try them during a performance at Liberty University on Wednesday.
"It's a 21st century, and they all have a different taste, I think they look fantastic," said the First Lady in the City Hall about the American Opiate Crisis.
"I hope everyone will come and visit her," she said as the applause melted away. "They look even more beautiful in real life, and you are all very welcome to visit the White House."
"It's a 21st century and they all have different tastes, I think they look fantastic"
Various traditional media revealed Melanie holiday decoration when they were unveiled on Monday. Many of the guards defended her and noted that negative feedback was only an example of hypocrisy from reporters who are not fans of her husband, President Trump.
"The Christmas war has developed into much of the Trump war media," said Media Research Center vice-president Dan Gainor for Fox News.
Melania told the Liberty University crowd that the media would focus on "unimportant things" such as holiday decorations, but its purpose is to highlight important issues that may affect the first lady – such as the opium crisis and the preparation of children to become successful adults.
Politically polarizing decorations include more than 20,000 feet of light, 14,000 ornaments, 12,000 bows, pencil wreaths, a giant gingerbread house, 40 Topian trees, and many reds that the first lady office called "a symbol of bravery and bravery."
The Washington Post has continued to mock the adornment two days after being revealed with a report that concerned the "night forest of the forest" in Melanie, which reflected the many shameful comparisons that Twitter trolls did earlier in the week.
"Last year, the trees were terribly crazy, it was always cold and never Christmas," wrote editor Alexandra Petri. "Everything is red in this year, it's completely natural that the trees are red, the trees are red (says the internet) as a girl's cloak, do not think of blood, keep walking."
Not all members of the media have expressed contempt for the Christmas decorations Melanie and Jon Levin TheWrap he took on Twitter for defense her style.
"I think the Christmas show at the White House looks amazing and that history will look much more appealing to Melanie Trump's stylistic choice than her many critics today," wrote Levine.
Daily Caller Benny Johnson took part in the print preview of the decorations on Tuesday night and made an impression.
"It was not just nice – it was beyond my wildest expectations," wrote Johnson. "The décor is dazzling when she goes from room to room, old living will come to life, even the much-loved" red Christmas trees of death "melt the hearts of the most bitter critic."
Johnson finished his report by repeating the first lady's request: "For the worst critics Melanie, we ask you: Go and see for yourself the decoration."