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First Lady Michelle Obama reacts while talking on the phone to children across the country as part of the annual NORAD Tracks Santa program. Mrs. Obama answered phone calls from Kailua, Hawaii, Christmas Eve, Dec. 24, 2015.

First Lady Michelle Obama reacts while talking on the phone to children across the country as part of the annual NORAD Tracks Santa program. Mrs. Obama answered phone calls from Kailua, Hawaii, Christmas Eve, Dec. 24, 2015. (Official White House Photo by Amanda Lucidon)

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First Lady Michelle Obama reacts while talking on the phone to children across the country as part of the annual NORAD Tracks Santa program. Mrs. Obama answered phone calls from Kailua, Hawaii, Christmas Eve, Dec. 24, 2015.:

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In the East Wing of the White House wreaths comprised of tennis balls create a dog’s holiday dream. 55,000 feet of yarn knitted into 7,000 pom-poms create a larger-than-life Bo and Sunny for #WHHolidays guests. #12DaysOfTakeovers

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At the White House, moi and my co-star, the First Lady of the United States, read 'Twas the Night Before Christmas. (An award-winning duet? I should say so!) “Merry Christmas to all…and to all a good night!” Making spirits bright! That’s moi! Happy Holidays!

—Miss Piggy

And that’s a wrap on today’s edition #12DaysOfTakeovers!

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The most exquisite and bedazzling sight this side of moi’s jewelry drawer: a White House Christmas tree adorned in pink. It sparkles! It glows! And, most important in any tree, it has oodles of room for presents. I wonder where Santa put mine?

—Miss Piggy. #12DaysOfTakeovers #WHHolidays

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Here I am with my new BFF, Tina Tchen, Chief of Staff for First Lady Michelle Obama. Tina gave moi an exclusive White house tour which you can watch with the link found in the bio. Making spirits bright! That’s moi! Happy Holidays!

—Miss Piggy. #12DaysOfTakeovers

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Today, Dr. Biden is taking over the White House Instagram to give you a behind-the-scenes look at #WHHolidays at the Vice President’s Residence. These sea-glass ornaments are from the shores of Japan, crafted by military-connected children who live on Kadena Air Base in Okinawa, Japan. #JoiningForces.

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And finally, on most Friday evenings, Melissa Winter – the First Lady’s Deputy Chief of Staff – and I select letters for Mrs. Obama to read and respond to personally with handwritten notes. Selecting these remarkable letters complete my week and this takeover. Thanks for following along, and happy holidays!

—Blaine Boyd signing off on today’s edition of the #12DaysOfTakeovers.

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Holiday visitors to the White House receive a tour book complete with descriptions of every decorated room. While our team designs and writes the book, the talented students of Duke Ellington School for the Arts in Washington, D.C., provide the incredible artwork. You can download your own copy of the book at the link in our bio.

– Blaine. #12DaysOfTakeovers

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