President Donald Trump has made his most controversial decision of the presidency to use an inflate Christmas tree as part of his celebration.
The president is hosting a Christmas Tree Summit at Mar-a-Lago this weekend and will also host an official Christmas Tree in the Oval Office later this month, a White House official told Recode.
The official was not authorized to publicly discuss the president’s plans publicly and spoke on condition of anonymity.
Trump’s plan is to inflate the tree with a “special” material, a senior administration official said.
The administration is also planning a “Christmas Tree Summit” with other world leaders this month.
The President’s personal office and the White House’s official Twitter account have not been deleted since Friday.
Trump has said the inflatable tree is “designed to create an iconic and powerful Christmas tree for the president to walk through.”
It’s also meant to be a “tourist attraction” for visitors to the White Senate, a State Department official told ABC News.