The White House is unveiling new decorations on Christmas Eve for a number of Trump administration officials.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Friday morning that the decorations were inspired by Christmas tradition.
The decor is a mix of traditional Christmas decorations and the Christmas tree, with a few twists,” Sanders said.
The new decorations were created to commemorate the “happiest time of the year,” according to the White House.
The decorations will be available on a limited basis and will include a white tree and Christmas decorations on an open field.
The White and Orange branches are placed on the trees and topped with an American flag.
The holiday decorations will go on display during the annual White House Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony on Friday at 11:30 a.m.
Sanders said the decorations are a part of a broader effort to celebrate the holiday season and highlight the “power of faith and the love of family.””
We know Christmas is a time of celebration, and this year we are celebrating with a celebration of hope and a celebration that is deeply rooted in tradition and shared values,” she said.