If you're wanting to get into the Christmas spirit, take a peek at the White House Christmas decorations.
You can do that by watching Fox & Friends Ainsley Earhardt's tour of the White House guided by First Lady Melania Trump.
The First Lady guided Ainsley to the Grand Foyer and Cross Hall decorated with 14,000 red ornaments symbolizing the "bravery, heart, and patriotism" of the US.
The East Room showcases decorations representing the diversity of cities of the US. For the 51st straight year, a beautiful crèche is diplayed.
The State Room displays national symbols including the bald eagle, the rose, and the oak tree. The State Room also features a replica of the White House made out of gingerbread.
The Green Room, also known as the Harvest Room, celebrates American farmers with decorations of vegetables, fruits and grains.
Ainsley admired the official White House Christmas tree, an 18-foot beauty from North Carolina, decorated with ornaments representing all US states and territories.
Throughout the tour, "Silent Night" played in the background.
The First Lady also gave former first lady Laura Bush a tour of the White House Christmas decorations while the Bushes were in DC for George H.W. Bush's funeral.
But don't just take our word for it. You can watch Ainsley's's tour with the First Lady (5:20m) here. You can also watch another video of the White House Christmas decorations, sponsored by whitehouse.gov (56s), here.