Barron Trump attends Hanukkah celebration, Ivanka joins his mother at White House

The first lady of the United States, Melania Trump’s 10-year-old son Barron and soon-to-be-second-grader, Barron Trump’s six-year-old sister Ivanka Trump all attended an event at the White House Friday, where Secret Service agents were taking out last-minute security measures.

On Monday, the White House will reveal its official theme for the upcoming holiday season and also reveal the décor of the White House.

The Christmas and Hanukkah celebrations will start Dec. 1.

Jill Biden, wife of former Vice President Joe Biden, will reveal the holiday theme at 9:30 a.m. on Monday, the National Press Club announced.

She is expected to look to children to plan the decorations for the White House.

White House officials unveiled in November that the Obamas, notably First Lady Michelle Obama, is leaving the White House with a $500,000 blank check for a children’s charity after a farewell tour.

The Obamas’ “Not Giving Up: Our Fight for Kids’ Health,” showcases the fight against childhood obesity and details their many initiatives and policies, including Obamacare.

On that holiday tour, the Clintons will accept a very different gift from the Obama’s: $250,000 each.

The Clintons will be splitting the funds so the Clinton Foundation can develop it into a “healthier future foundation for young people.”

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