Melania Trump has been putting up decorations in the White House. At least for photography purposes.
The First Lady of the United States sent a tweet on Wednesday in which she was putting up decorations in a number of different outfits.
The reaction to the PR was mixed...
And people pointed out she'd used the supposedly left-wing term "holidays":
A right-wing point of contention was that liberalism has lead to "Christmas" becoming a non-PC term to use.
This is, of course, ridiculous - you exclude people of other religions who have celebrations at this time of year by saying "Christmas", which is why using it to address the general public has been criticised at times.
However, there is nothing wrong with wishing a Merry Christmas whatsoever.
Regardless, the use of the word "holidays" has lead people to claim the Trump's now endorse the term.
In 2015 Trump said on the campaign trail:
I believe in God. I believe in the Bible. I'm a Christian.
This year, he said:
They don’t use the word Christmas because it’s not politically correct.
We’re saying Merry Christmas again.