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Monday, 16 December 2013

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President Obama's Personal Assistant Traci Dixon getting into the Christmas spirit.

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The White House is reporting that President Obama has sent the leader of North Korea, Kim Jong Un a Christmas card.

According to President Obama's personal assistant, Traci Dixon, who actually saw the card, the Christmas card shows the First Family in front of the White House each sitting on a reindeer and dressed up like Christmas elves.

The president and Mrs. Obama loved the Christmas scene but daughters Malia and Sasha said that they were embarrassed as heck.

The photo was taken by Picasso Mandolin, who is regarded as the world's greatest photographer.

White House Press Secretary Cal Colfax said that the four reindeer were provided by Reindeers 'R' Us, an animal group that is based on a farm located just outside of Baltimore.

The president was asked by GOPicky Magazine why in the world he would send a Christmas card to Kim Jong Un.

President Obama put down his gingerbread man cookie and his cup of eggnog and replied, "Because I want to show the missile-launching fruit cake that this is the Christmas season and we all need to get in the spirit of this delightfully special time of the year and stop talking about things like friggin missiles, damn rockets, and freakin' spy drones."

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