'Watch where you stand, ladies': Twitter users criticize the Trump Administration for hanging a MISTLETOE in the White House amid the sexual harassment scandal

  • After the White House holiday decor unveiling, some criticized the mistletoe
  • The First Family hung the ancient traditional plant inside the Green Room?
  • The mistletoe evolved over the years as a cue for required kissing for those who pass beneath where it's hung
  • Others sighed over the sensitive reaction to the common holiday tradition
  • The Trump family also debuted their holiday greeting card, which was a change from the Obama family's
  • The card read: 'Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays' - signed the First Family

After?Melania Trump?unveiled the White House's spectacular Christmas decorations Monday, some people were quick to point out one piece that could have been done away with.

As part of their traditional yet?exorbitant holiday?display, the First Family hung a mistletoe.

Trolling social media users took to?Twitter?and criticized the Trump Administration for the added 'touch'.

One said: 'Seems like a not-great idea to have mistletoe hanging in the White House amid a stretch of sexual misconduct stories.'

A?mistletoe hangs over the doorway going from the Green Room into the Blue Room at the White House. The choice of decoration caused a stir on social media

A?mistletoe hangs over the doorway going from the Green Room into the Blue Room at the White House. The choice of decoration caused a stir on social media

Another wrote: 'Keep the mistletoe away from your husband. He is a sexual predator. He likes to grab women's private parts.'

One added: 'Pointless. When @realDonaldTrump sees 'a beautiful woman, [he] just start[s] kissing them.' I hear he doesn't 'even wait'. We definitely don't need mistletoe in the White House.'

A tweeter pointed out their preference for the Obama family's display instead - which they suggest included 'much less white dead trees.'

Others sighed after seeing overly-sensitive reactions to the common holiday 'kissing' cue.

First Lady Melania Trump walks through various rooms to participate in arts and crafts projects with children and students from Joint Base Andrews on Monday afternoon at the White House

First Lady Melania Trump walks through various rooms to participate in arts and crafts projects with children and students from Joint Base Andrews on Monday afternoon at the White House

The Cross Hall is decorated with "The Nutcracker Suite" theme is seen during a media preview

The Cross Hall is decorated with 'The Nutcracker Suite' theme is seen during a media preview

Melania looks on as ballerinas perform in the Grand Foyer during the decoration unveiling

Melania looks on as ballerinas perform in the Grand Foyer during the decoration unveiling

'If all you have to do is complain about the @White House having mistletoe as part of its Christmas decorations, you really, really need to get a life. #StopComplaining.'

Another said vaguely: 'So now people are outraged by mistletoe? Got it.'

Aside from the decor debacle, the Trump family debuted their holiday greeting card, which axed a note about the 'holidays'.

The family did away with the Obama family's slogan for the card - which wished Americans a 'joyous holiday season.'

Instead, the message signed by the President, First Lady and 11-year-old Barron, reads: 'Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.'

The slogan aligns with Trump's campaign promise to restore the common Christmas greeting.

During an event in October, Trump repeated the pledge once more, and said: 'They don't use the word 'Christmas' because it's not politically correct.

'We're saying 'Merry Christmas' again.'

The official White House Christmas card signed by President Donald Trump, First Lady Melania and their son Barron Trump is shown. The card reads: 'Merry Christmas and Happy New Year'

The official White House Christmas card signed by President Donald Trump, First Lady Melania and their son Barron Trump is shown. The card reads: 'Merry Christmas and Happy New Year'

Melania is greeted by children as she arrives to visits with them in the East Room among the 2017 holiday

Melania is greeted by children as she arrives to visits with them in the East Room among the 2017 holiday

The Red Room is captured during a media preview of the 2017 holiday decoration display

The Red Room is captured during a media preview of the 2017 holiday decoration display

Christmas tree ornaments are shown in the Red Room during the media preview this week

Christmas tree ornaments are shown in the Red Room during the media preview this week

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