December 7th, 2017
Washington DC: The National Christmas Tree at the White House vanished overnight and was later located in the George Washington national forest.
White House groundskeepers were stunned this morning when they showed up for work and realized that the spectacularly lit tree had disappeared. The National Park Service had a GPS tag on the tree and later located it at the northeastern edge of the George Washington National forest at Backbone mountain on the West Virginia and Maryland border.
RFN reporter Andy Mocksham was able to speak with White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders. He asked her about the incident.
“Look Mocksham, the damn national tree just up and went feral. It was simply no longer happy being stuck at the White House anymore. It went back to the forest. These things happen I guess.”
“The President has replaced the tree with his favorite national symbol. A burning cross.”
“He wishes all Americans a very merry white Christmas.”
The Trump White House national cross
President Trump and the national cross holiday carolers singing Christmas carols at the lighting ceremony.