The First Lady, who is married to Donald Trump, President of the USA, is pictured walking through the red Christmas trees, and people on Twitter are comparing the scene to everything from ‘The Handmaid’s Tale to ground meat’.
— Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) November 26, 2018
get into the Christmas spirit with many piles of ground organ meat pic.twitter.com/XmzoxFisYL
— Simon Maloy (@SimonMaloy) November 26, 2018
Someone even managed to Photoshop white bonnets on top of the trees to match the distinctive ‘Handmaid’s Tale’ costumes.
Bold choice going with decorations inspired by the Handmaid’s Tale. pic.twitter.com/Ze2kZX65lp
— Nick Jack Pappas (@Pappiness) November 26, 2018
Running with the television series themes, others said Melania’s decorations looked like the Upside Down, an alternate dimension imagined in Netflix series ‘Stranger Things’.
— Joseph Puopolo (@jpuopolo) November 26, 2018
Others compared Melania in the pictures to Cersei Lannister, the cruel Queen Mother in Game of Thrones.
Still can’t believe they brought Cersei Lannister in to decorate the White House for the holidays. pic.twitter.com/T3m625BkzT
— Jamie O’Grady 🤔 (@JamieOGrady) November 26, 2018
Another posted a meme depicting a sea of blood spilling through a corridor, poking fun at the blood-red hue of the trees.
A live took at White House being decorated for Christmas. pic.twitter.com/4TvBomgx3l
— 🎅’s Hoe Hoe Hoe Morgan. (@mport56) November 26, 2018
The tradition of First Lady decorating the White House for Christmas dates back to First Lady Lou Henry Hoover, who put up the the first official White House Christmas tree in 1929.
However, Melania’s efforts to continue the tradition have historically been met with ridicule.
Her Christmas 2017 decorations were widely mocked on the internet, inviting comparisons to Voldemort’s home.
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