White House Christmas Decorations Honor COVID Frontline Workers

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We all know the Bidens are a lot more excited about the Christmas period than the Trump family. In fact, they’ve even taken it upon themselves to honor frontline workers who’ve helped the entire nation throughout the coronavirus pandemic.

And we just cannot get enough of how thoughtful the decor is.

Keep on scrolling to see just how magical the Christmas decorations really are.

Now, we all share the same excitement when it comes to the big White House reveal of Christmas decor, right?

But, Christmas with the Trumps disappointed a lot of people, and confused them, too.

One weird moment was Melania admiring this cutout of Obama’s hometown of Chicago.

People didn’t really get the reason why.

Okay, what about those weird red trees?

Yes! The weird trees. You know, those weird red trees Melania walked through like she was walking through Willy Wonka’s factory. The First Lady had this photograph on her Instagram page before later deleting it.

People were upset with Melania’s overall choices.

Well, they were a little bit creepy. This hallway of red trees and green carpet just kinda looks like something out of The Shining.

But this year, Jill Biden’s decorations got the internet talking for quite another reason…

Biden’s more traditional decor has attracted praise from the internet all around.

The Associated Press reports Biden was inspired by workers during the pandemic.

“The things we hold sacred unite us and transcend distance, time, and even the constraints of a pandemic: faith, family, and friendship; a love of the arts, learning, and nature; gratitude, service, and community; unity and peace,” she shared.

“These are the gifts that tie together the heart strings of our lives. These are the gifts from the heart.”

Biden celebrated the unvelining by inviting a second grade class into the White House.

Because of her educational background, Biden read from her children’s book, Don’t Forget, God Bless Our Troops.

It was so heartwarming to see.

And now, something that melts the nations heart even more…

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The White House’s decorations are already a heck of a lot more welcoming than that of Melania Trump’s previous decor choices, but there’s something that just solidifies it.

The Christmas decorations actually honor frontline workers who’ve been saving lives way before the coronavirus hit.

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But, who also kept on going in the wake of the pandemic.

And that’s not just hospital workers, either. It includes nurses, doctors, teachers, grocery store workers, transport and border workers, funeral industry workers, and more.

Keep on reading to see just what the Biden family have done this year to show their appreciation.

But 1st, let’s see what the 1st lady said in regards to her decorations.

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“For all of our differences, we are united by what really matters,” Biden said in a press conference, as per Time.

“Like points on a star, we come together at the heart. That is what I wanted to reflect in our White House this year. In each room, we tell a story of gifts from the heart,” she said.

You can just feel her warmth, right? A little more Mrs. Santa Claus, and a lot less Grinch in the White House of 2021.

And so, she continued on in her conference to guide the nation through the decisions they’d made…

Saying: “In the east wing, we see a gift of service with shooting stars representing the frontline workers who brought light to our lives in the darkest days of this pandemic.

Also included among the decorations in which over 100 volunteers helped with, is a gingerbread White House featuring a school, police, fire, and gas station, a hospital, a grocery store, a post office, and a warehouse, as per Time, in order to honor all frontline heroes.

What do you think of Biden’s choice of decor?

We think it’s absolutely beautiful.

And we too would like to thank all those frontline heroes, working tirelessly, still, so that we can have a Christmas filled with love and laughter.