President Trump and his family are staying at Mar-a-Lago resort in West Palm Beach, Florida this Christmas. While on holiday, they decided they wanted to do something extra to spread some Christmas cheer.
Trump and Melania decided to talk to children around the country who were calling the NORAD hotline to speak to Santa.
President Trump talked to six children and Melania talked to nine from the living room of a Mar-a-Lago suite before heading off to their family dinner.
“What would you like more than anything? Building blocks, that’s what I’ve always liked, too. I always loved building blocks … well I predict Santa will bring you building blocks, so many you won’t be able to use them all.”
One child who called the hotline asked Santa for his grandmother to get out of the hospital for Christmas.
“So you want your grandma to get out of the hospital? That’s what your wish is? That’s great. That’s better than asking for some toy or something, that’s much better, right? So your grandma’s gonna be good, OK, she’s gonna be good.”
The children were calling via the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) which sets up the hotline every year and also created the “Santa tracker” which lets kids all over the world track the progress of Santa delivering presents overnight.
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