Just a couple of days after President Obama pardoned not one, but two turkeys for Thanksgiving, the White House Christmas tree has arrived. Here are the details.

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According to huffingtonpost.com:

"First Lady Michelle Obama and first daughters Sasha and Malia -- with first dogs Sunny and Bo in tow -- were presented with the 2013 White House Christmas tree Friday morning.

According to a White House pool report, the tree arrived at the White House in the North Portico at 11 a.m. The tree, which is 18.5 feet tall and will be on display in the Blu Room through the holidays, was presented by Christopher Botek and Kyra Yurko of the Christmas Spring Tree Farm in Leighton, PA and John and Leslie Wyckoff of the Wyckoff's Christmas Tree Farm in Belvidere, NJ, according to the pool report."