On December 15, 2017, President Donald Trump’s vacation in Hawaii with First Lady Melania Trump, his sons Eric and Donald Jr., and his daughter Ivanka was the latest episode in a pattern of vacationing and Christmas festivities in which the president has indulged in his favorite pastimes, as well as his personal tastes.
In this segment, we look at some of the holiday traditions of the Trump family, including Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve.
The family has a Christmas tradition called the Christmas caroling, which is when a group of families gather for a “Christmas Caroling Day” with children dressed as Santa Claus, according to the White House.
On Christmas Eve, the president and first lady, along with other members of the Trumps family, participated in a Christmas carol with the choir at the White’s Residence.
The Trumps hosted an annual “Winter Wonderland” event with music, games, and activities in front of the White Castle and in front the Lincoln Memorial.
In addition to these holiday traditions, Trump and the Tramps also enjoy a number of other holidays, including Memorial Day, Independence Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
The president also hosted a Christmas Day rally at the National Mall, where he urged the country to be united, as he did at his first rally in the United States.
In the last week of December, Trump held a Christmas dinner with his family at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey, and also attended a “Family Day” reception with the president’s two adult children.
On December 25, 2017 at the annual White House Christmas Eve event, the Trubs hosted the annual Thanksgiving dinner at the residence.
Trump also hosted the “Merry Christmas” celebration at the Residence with the Tramp family.
The Christmas carols have also continued to play a role in the Trump’s holiday traditions.
On New Year´s Day, the family hosted a “Marry Christmas” dinner at their Residence, with the President and First Lady dressed as two women.
At a Christmas tree lighting ceremony at the mansion, the President, first lady and their children danced and sang Christmas caroles to the tune of “It’s the New Year, Baby,” as well.
A video of the festivities was uploaded to social media by the Trumptown Christmas Parade on December 25.
The White House did not respond to a request for comment on the Christmas traditions.
The Trump family also celebrated Christmas Eve with a New Year`s Eve brunch at the Trubstamp Mansion, according a White House press release.