First lady Jill Biden unveils White House holiday decor and theme: ‘We the People’ — Meet the designers who transform your home into a tribute to 2016 presidential campaign
President Donald Trump’s administration is bringing back the presidential inaugural season and making it a White House holiday tradition.
Jill Biden, the wife of Vice President Joe Biden and a longtime family friend of the Obama administration, this week joined White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer in unveiling an official holiday decor celebrating the inaugural season.
“I am personally committed to hosting the president’s inaugural in the capital of the nation,” Biden said in a statement issued Tuesday. “I am delighted that this year’s design reflects the White House’s commitment to American values and the spirit of our American experiment. I look forward to welcoming the President of the United States and his guests.”
Biden’s decorating selections for the White House are based on the themes chosen by the inaugural committee: “We the People,” and “We Rise.”
The former first lady added, “In choosing ‘We Rise,’ we celebrate this country’s founding ideals and its enduring promise: to be a place of hope and opportunity where all our citizens are treated as equal and where all are cherished as family.”
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One designer, who asked to remain anonymous, said, “When I saw the photos of the inaugural decorations, I thought, ‘Oh my God. This is incredible. The president is going to have a ball decorating the White House.’ It’s the first time in 15 years — ever — that the White House has hosted a holiday.
“For all of the first ladies who brought their own style