Christmas decorations in 2020 are still in their infancy, and as such, they have not had much to say about the upcoming season.
But the theme of Christmas has already come into focus.
In the words of the White House, “We’re going to be the happiest year of the century with Christmas decorations.”
“I’m really excited about it,” said John Fritze, a senior fellow at the Heritage Foundation, who has served as a White House advisor on Christmas.
“We’ll get to see all these things, which will be amazing.”
The holiday is in many ways a time to celebrate, but also a time for reflection, and Fritz said there are certain aspects of the holiday that the White Houses has not been able to do.
“I think the big one is that Christmas is about love,” he said.
“It’s about the community.
It’s about family, it’s about friends and families.
I think that Christmas represents that, and it’s just so wonderful to be able to bring it to our community.”
The White House also announced the opening of a new holiday shopping destination, The Holiday Market, in downtown Washington, DC, in the spring of 2021.
It will offer “a wide variety of holiday goods, including gift sets, crafts, gifts and other merchandise.”
In a statement, the White house said the mall will be a place where “all Washingtonians can come to shop, enjoy, and make memories.”
A number of White House officials have said that the inauguration is their most anticipated event.
“In the words from my staff, it will be our most anticipated celebration,” Fritzes said.
In addition to the Christmas decorations, there are a number of other decorations that are planned for the next three years.
The president said he would like to have an “American flag-themed” Christmas tree and that he would “love to get into the business of putting up the American flag on Christmas trees and other things.”
There will also be a new “winterized” version of the Christmas tree at the WhiteHouse.gov website.
The holiday shopping site will feature “gifts for the people” and “holiday decor for everyone.”
There will also not be an actual “Christmas” in 2020, Fritzed said.
“I don’t know if that will be there, but it will certainly be there.
It might be something a little more than that, but I think it’s going to look like an American flag,” he added.
“What we’re going for is a very American Christmas.”
A number more holiday decorations are planned as the White houses transition from the current Christmas celebration to the new celebration.
While Fritzing acknowledged that “people will be unhappy with the Christmas decoration, they’re going see the Christmas ornament, the tree, the decorations,” he suggested that the “people that really want it will get it.”
“They’ll see the new tree and they’ll get a Christmas tree ornament that they want and that’s going in the front window,” he continued.
“But the people that don’t really like Christmas will be like, ‘I want to go to a different kind of Christmas and that is going to cost me $30,000,'” Fritzer said.