Melania Trump's Christmas 'vision' is more frightening than festive (PHOTO, VIDEO)

Ivana originally claimed she should be'first lady

Ivana originally claimed she should be'first lady

She lives in one of the most famous houses on the planet and First Lady of the United States of America Melania Trump has revealed that no expense has been spared when it comes to celebrating Christmas with the Trump's.

Trump invited a group of children from a Washington area military base to help her add more holiday cheer to the White House.

Tom Barrack, the billionaire investor and long-time friend of Mr Trump, told Vanity Fair: "The one who has the most control over Donald is Melania, 100 per cent, and he listens to her and adores her".

Born in Slovenia, when it was part of Yugoslavia, Melania Trump is the first First Lady to be born overseas since Louisa Adams in 1825.

According to Vanity Fair, it was the First Lady who who initially persuaded Trump to run for president. And while the conspiracy theory has been debunked, Vanity Fair's new investigation into her secretive offices is now proving that the idea actually isn't so far-fetched after all, given just how much distance Melania has kept between herself and the White House. "I don't think she thought it was going to happen".

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According to Stone, Melania urged her husband to "either run or don't run".

Stone suggested Melania had always been reluctant about her husband's rise to power - but perhaps saw it as something of a necessary evil.

"As has been stated on the record many times before, she is honoured by her role". "She is the one who pushed him to run just by saying 'run or do not run.' I don't think she was ever too insane about it..." She said, "It's not my thing, it's Donald's thing". Right now: "flotus is seeing to every last detail here at the @WhiteHouse", she wrote.

For instance, you might enter the White House Grand Foyer only to find your two visiting ballerinas have yet to finish their performance of Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker.

If I'm president, you're going to see "merry Christmas" in department stores, believe me.

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