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No matter your politics, the White House holiday decorations never disappoint. This year, the last for the Obamas, is no different.
Michelle Obama welcomedmilitary families to the White House to view the 2016 holiday decorations on Tuesday. The decor included traditionally adorned Christmas trees, festive garlands, giant red bows, heat-proof snowmen, a gingerbread White House, and the giant likenesses of the Obama's dogs Bo and Sunny (who seemed to approve of their giant doppelgangers).