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The President indicated that, although the tree’s story was a Christian one, “it represents a tradition…that has come to represent more than any one holiday or religion, but a season of brotherhood and generosity to our fellow citizens.” As Christmas Day drew closer, President Obama, interviewed by singer Gloria Estefan, explained that Santa Claus would be entering the White House on Christmas Eve using the chimney in the Yellow Room, and that milk and cookies would be there for the red-suited man’s consumption.On December 22, the First Lady along with Malia and Sasha and the family dog, Bo (sporting a red-and-white collar with sleigh bells attached), paid a Christmas visit to the Children’s National Medical Center, visiting heart and kidney patients.Rather than be offended, she was thrilled with the card, professing, “Just look at that picture! On November 27th, the day after Thanksgiving, Michelle Obama along with First Daughters, Malia and Sasha, accepted delivery of the 18 1/2-foot Douglas fir tree which was to serve as the White House Christmas tree – a practice of begun by President Benjamin Harrison in 1889.This tree, arriving on a horse-drawn carriage, was accompanied by its growers, who were invited into the White House for cookies and apple cider.Bush’s distributed White House Christmas cards that did not mention the word “Christmas” either.
Due to his evolving family situation, young Barack was able to experience life in vastly different areas of the world.
Among those voicing their opinion on the matter was Representative Henry Brown, a Republican from South Carolina, who introduced a resolution calling for the defense of the sacredness of the Christmas holiday.
He said, “I believe that sending a Christmas card without referencing a holiday and its purpose limits the Christmas celebration in favor of a more politically correct holiday.” More than 40 Democrats and Republicans co-signed the bill.
The inside verse offered good wishes to the Presidential Christmas cards’ recipients: “May your family have a joyous holiday season and a new year blessed with hope and happiness.” The fact that there was no printing of a biblical passage (as there was on White House Christmas cards for each year sent out by George W.
and Laura Bush) nor an artist’s depiction of decorations in one of the rooms in the White House (as on Bill and Hillary Clinton’s selections) certainly brought out the critics.