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US President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden on Friday visited children in the hospital on Christmas Eve, and they cheered them up, according to the Associated Press.

The first lady’s visit to hospitals for the children’s clinic, on the eve of the holidays, is an old tradition in the United States, but the president’s accompaniment to his wife, on Friday, was a surprise to everyone, as the White House said it was the first time that a president in office had joined the visit.

At the hospital, Biden and the first lady spoke with a group of children making, and asked each one what they had painted on their lanterns.

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Both spoke to a child who said the hospital had “helped” him, and Jill Biden replied, “Well, hopefully we can bring you some joy today,” and the president added, “You’re bringing us joy, my friend.”

Then Biden fetched his phone to show the kids pictures of his new dog, about four months old.

The dog joined the family this week and was seen playing with a handler on the South Lawn of the White House complex earlier Friday before Biden left for a hospital visit.

Then the president and first lady sat in front of a hospital Christmas tree, as Jill Biden read to children a story called “Olav’s Night Before Christmas,” which was distributed to hundreds of children in their hospital rooms.

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The White House said the Walt Disney Company provided copies of the book to each patient so they could continue reading the first lady.

The annual tradition of the first lady visiting the hospital goes back to Pace Truman, who held the position from 1945-1953.

The White House this year celebrates Christmas by decorating the place with colorful ribbons, ornaments, family photos and token gift boxes displayed in bright red boxes.

site said “Share AmericaAccording to the State Department, about 100 people helped with the decorating process, using 25 wreaths, 41 Christmas trees, 300 candles, 6,000 feet of colored ribbon, 10 decorations, and nearly 80,000 festive lights. Holidays.

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And on the first occasion to celebrate Biden’s glorious birthday in White HouseThe first lady recently revealed that the main theme of the White House celebrations for the year 2021 revolves around “gifts from the heart,” which includes several meanings such as: faith, community, family, friendship, educational attainment, nature, gratitude, service, peace, unity and the arts, which are themes that bring together Americans of all ages and backgrounds. .

Every room in the house embodies this theme in some way. For example, in the eastern portico, rainbow-coloured doves and meteor stars represent “the peace and light brought to us all by frontline service workers and paramedics during a pandemic,” the White House says.

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In the library, stacks of ornate books, birds and butterflies, all made from recycled newspapers, embody the gift of educational attainment.

The handwritten letters of thanks, displayed in the East Room, are a celebration of grace and gratitude, according to the same website.

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