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ADVANCE FOR MONDAY, DEC. 19, 2016 - In this Wednesday, Dec. 8, 2016 photo, volunteer Jenn Bise with the Junior League wraps a Christmas present while at the Roanoke County Department of Social Services, in Roanoke, Va. The donated presents will go to foster children through the DSS's Foster Care Christmas program. (Erica Yoon /The Roanoke Times via AP)

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ADVANCE FOR MONDAY, DEC. 19, 2016 - In this Wednesday, Dec. 8, 2016 photo, volunteer Kathryn Baker, right, and Laura Davis, left, with the Junior League, folds baby clothes to wrap it into a Christmas present while at the Roanoke County Department of Social Services, in Roanoke, Va. The donated presents will go to foster children through DSS's Foster Care Christmas program. (Erica Yoon/The Roanoke Times via AP)

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Gayla Peevey, singer of that enduring Christmas classic, "I Want a Hippopotamus For Christmas," sings in her home Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2016, in La Mesa, Calif. It was 1953, and one of the hottest songs on the radio was “I Want a Hippopotamus For Christmas.” Now it’s Christmas 2016, and Peevey is still singing. She leaves that to schoolchildren, ringtones, iTunes downloads and TV commercials that, to the 73-year-old singer’s amazement, keep the song in everyone’s head every Christmas season, whether they want it there or not .(AP Photo/Gregory Bull)

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Gayla Peevey, singer of that enduring Christmas classic, "I Want a Hippopotamus For Christmas," stands behind stuffed animal hippopotamuses under her Christmas tree in her home Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2016, in La Mesa, Calif. It was 1953, and one of the hottest songs on the radio was “I Want a Hippopotamus For Christmas.” Now it’s Christmas 2016, and Peevey is still singing. She leaves that to schoolchildren, ringtones, iTunes downloads and TV commercials that, to the 73-year-old singer’s amazement, keep the song in everyone’s head every Christmas season, whether they want it there or not. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)

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Gayla Peevey, singer of that enduring Christmas classic, "I Want a Hippopotamus For Christmas," stands next to an image she drew of a hippopotamus in her home Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2016, in La Mesa, Calif. It was 1953, and one of the hottest songs on the radio was “I Want a Hippopotamus For Christmas.” Now it’s Christmas 2016, and Peevey is still singing. She leaves that to schoolchildren, ringtones, iTunes downloads and TV commercials that, to the 73-year-old singer’s amazement, keep the song in everyone’s head every Christmas season, whether they want it there or not .(AP Photo/Gregory Bull)

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This Nov. 4, 2016 photo shows a massive Christmas tree covered in lights outside The Biltmore House in Asheville, N.C. Lonely Planet has named Asheville the No. 1 destination on its 10 best in the U.S. list for 2017.(LeeAnn Donnelly/The Biltmore via AP)

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ADVANCE FOR WEEKEND EDITIONS, DEC. 3-4 - In this Nov. 23, 2016 photo, Ron Layman, owner of The King of Christmas, wraps garland and lights on the column of a house in Frederick, Md. (Dan Gross/The Frederick News-Post via AP)

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In this photo taken on Thursday, Nov. 24, 2016, Soviet-era Christmas decorations are on display in the Christmas decorations museum in Klin, about 85 kilometers (53 miles) northwest of Moscow. The production of glass Christmas decorations in the region dates back to the 19th century. (AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin)

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In this Dec. 2, 2015 file photo, singer and actress Miley Cyrus attends Netflix's "A Very Murray Christmas" premiere in New York. In the October issue of Elle magazine, out Wednesday, Cyrus said she would would never walk a red carpet again. Her last appearance on the carpet with for the Netflix Christmas special. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP, File) **FILE**

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First lady Nancy Reagan sits on the knee of television personality Mr. T, dressed as Santa Claus, as he joined her for a preview of the White House Christmas decor on Dec. 12, 1983 in Washington, D.C. (Associated Press)

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First Lady Nancy Reagan and Larry Hagman, who plays J.R. Ewing on the television series "Dallas," conduct a press tour of a Christmas decorated White House, Monday, Dec. 9, 1985 in Washington. An enlarged version of the Reagan Christmas card sits at left. (AP Photo/Bob Daugherty)

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A motorist noticed a highway sign in Southern California had been hacked to display a pro-Donald Trump message over the Christmas holiday.

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Illustration on government antipathy towards Christmas by Linas Garsys/The Washington Times

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Message of Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran on the occasion of Christmas and New Year

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Tim Constantine wishes a very Merry Christmas from The Capital Hill Show.

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A Christmas drawing by Thomas Nast

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Fox News personality Jesse Watters gave Plantation, Florida, Mayor Diane Veltri Bendekovic a surprise visit after learning the city is suing a family for its charitable Christmas lights display that draws thousands of visitors every year.

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First lady Michelle Obama, sitting with Stephen Orzechowski, 5, left, and Bo Obama, right, reads "Twas the Night Before Christmas" to a group of children at the Children’s National Health System in Washington, Monday, Dec. 14, 2015. Her appearance continued a first lady tradition that dates back more than 60 years to Bess Truman, who first brought holiday cheer to children not well enough to leave the hospital in time for Christmas. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

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Merry X-mas Proposal: The family lines up for a Christmas video, complete with T-shirts that spell out "Merry X-Mas." But while the video is recording, everyone rearranges themselves to spell out the real message! (Photo: YouTube/Kerry Langdon Down)

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Smiling group of young people enjoying cocktails at Christmas.