Hillary Clinton’s portrait spotted with Christmas decorations at White House


Photos of this year’s Christmas decorations at the White House have been released, and some observers are drawing attention to one area in particular.

Hillary Clinton‘s official portrait can be seen hanging on a wall in Cross Hall between two snowman figures and above a small table holding holiday baubles, reports the Hill.

The painting of her as first lady was unveiled during a 2004 ceremony which also included the reveal of Bill Clinton’s presidential portrait, notes CBS News.

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Aside from the decorations around her image, Vogue reports that the White House has been decked out with 63 Christmas trees, 109 wreaths, and thousands of bows.

There are also 56 gingerbread houses made of Legos and large figures of the first family’s dogs Sunny and Bo.

The theme for 2016 is “The Gift of the Holidays” which involves service and good health, among other benefits of life.

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