Girl who spoke to Trump about Santa still believes

Girl who spoke to Trump about Santa still believes

Despite the government shutdown, NORAD will continue to track Santa's progress as he delivers presents to children worldwide.

Reuters reports that reporters asked Trump if any breakthroughs had been made in negotiations with Democrats.

Santa himself talked about the importance of him presence in the hospital and the difference it makes to the children.

Instead of a sleigh and reindeer, Santa hopped on a fire truck at Children's Hospital.

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The moment happened while the president and first lady answered calls from children around the world who phoned the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD), which has tracked Santa's Christmas Eve trek around the globe for 63 years. When you'll visit the official website Google is decorated with Santa Claus, trees, raindeers and ornaments which are used to decorate the Christmas tree. "Because at 7, it's marginal, right?"

It's Christmas Eve! One of the most magical parts of Christmas is keeping track of where Santa is as he delivers gifts all across the world. We will cut into our programming each time we get footage from NORAD and let you know where Santa is located.

President Donald Trump answers questions from the media after speaking with members of the military by video conference on Christmas Day, Tuesday, Dec. 25, 2018, in the Oval Office of the White House.

After a brief pause, Trump chuckled for a second and said, "Well, you just enjoy yourself".

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The President and his spouse traditionally answer some of the calls on Christmas Eve.

The Google doodle blog reads, "It's that festive time of year again!"

The president's wife wrote: "Helping children across the country track #Santa is becoming one of my favorite traditions!"

Each year, hundreds of volunteers stop by the Santa Tracker command center to take calls from kids.

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"In the event of a government shutdown, NORAD will continue with its 63-year tradition of NORAD Tracks Santa on December 24".

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