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Topic - Coleen Christian Burke
The first lady is the commander in chief of Christmas decorating, the author of "Christmas with the First Ladies" said Wednesday on CNN.
The fact that the White House is more than just an office building becomes especially obvious when the house is trimmed for the holidays, Ms. Burke said.
"This is a place where people actually live; you really get a sense of it being a home for our first families," she said.