Here’s a look at what you need to know this week as the new calendar year begins: 1.
Will we ever see a president of the United States on a motorcycle?
This is an easy question to answer, but there are so many questions unanswered.
There are no rules or deadlines for presidential motorcades, and presidential motorcade schedules are always in flux.
We do know that a few years ago President Barack Obama was in Hawaii, and that his motorcade was accompanied by an armed guard.
He did not ride in it himself, and the White House did not announce a date for it until after the election.
What we do know is that the first presidential motorcoach did not roll out of the Whitehouse until the end of October.
The White House has never hosted an event on Thanksgiving.
The president and first lady attended the annual White House holiday turkey pardon on the South Lawn, but it was canceled after the inauguration.
Obama, for his part, said he did not know about the event until his second term in office ended, which was in early 2019.
The event was the White’s first since the Thanksgiving holiday in 2016.
There is a new “Christmas tree” in the White house.
The new Christmas tree was unveiled by first lady Melania Trump, along with her husband, President Donald Trump, and first daughter Ivanka Trump.
It is a replica of the one that the Obamas had at the White, with a small version of the president on top.
It’s also the first White house Christmas tree to be unveiled since 2014.
There will be a new Christmas light show on January 6, 2019.
President Donald J. Trump has been making the rounds at events with the president, first lady and family, and he said he wanted to make sure everyone was celebrating the holidays with a special display of lights.
The lights will feature a “treat” from a gift shop for the president’s grandchildren, and there will also be “a few surprises” in store.
The full announcement is expected in the coming weeks, and Trump said there will be “tens of thousands of lights.”
President Barack H. Obama is still in the hospital.
The former president was admitted to a local hospital in Los Angeles after suffering a stroke and was in a medically induced coma on Wednesday, according to his office.
It was not clear whether the stroke was a result of his office visit or of the stroke itself.
President Obama is expected to make a full recovery, but the former president is still hospitalized and has not been able to attend a few events with his family since his return to Washington.
There won’t be a Trump holiday party.
No holiday parties will be held for the new president, and those who have attended the WhiteHouse Christmas event on New Years Day said that the atmosphere was a bit subdued.
While there were plenty of people who showed up to watch the inauguration, there were also plenty of empty seats in the ballroom.
The crowd was mostly made up of younger Americans, with the majority of those in the crowd over the age of 50, according, according with ABC News.
“There were some older people who had tickets for a party, but they just didn’t show up,” said one attendee, who spoke on condition of anonymity because she was not authorized to talk about the private event.
The New Year’s Eve ball will be the biggest event in the entire White House.
The inauguration will be broadcast live on Fox News, and guests will be able to watch live from the ball.
“We’re going to make it the biggest celebration of the year, which is pretty good for a inauguration,” White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said, according a pool report.
The ballroom will be filled with balloons and teddy bears, and attendees will be allowed to carry candles.
The venue will also feature a Christmas tree in the shape of the eagle on top of the fireplace, as well as a video of a traditional New Year song.
The holiday shopping season is starting soon.
People are going to need to plan ahead.
There’s going to be a flurry of big retail stores open on January 7.
Macy’s will open on New Year the very next day, with Macy’s CEO Brian Kelly telling ABC News that the company is anticipating 100 million new customers in the months ahead.
Crew, which opened its first store in New York City in January, will open its first brick-and-mortar store in Philadelphia, followed by Nordstrom, Home Depot, Lowe’s and Macy’s.
Macy is expected be the first company to open at least 100 stores this year.
The company has opened three brick- and-mortars in the last three months, and is expected start at least 50 stores this week.
Congress is expected, too.
Congress has already voted to repeal a key part of President Donald Trumps tax plan, but a compromise has yet to be made.
The Senate is expected on Monday