NORAD Santa Tracker 2017: How Trump and Melania Trump Answered the Children Calls

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The North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) is tracking a sleigh and eight tiny reindeer around the world as it heads for US airspace Sunday night.

Every year The US military command has a top priority task – give us one more reason to feel the Christmas spirit. NORAD’s official Santa Tracker allows to watch Santa Claus’ voyage around the world as the man with a white beard and a red suit brings joy for all believers. The public could call 1-877-HI-NORAD (1-877-446-6723) and speak live with NORAD trackers.

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Source: NORAD

Donald Trump Claus

Traditionally, the President of the US and First Lady participate in phone calls from children eager to know about the whereabouts of Santa Claus.

This year President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump also took part in phone calls at their Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida on Sunday.

They had to ask children what they want for Christmas and share information about Santa’s location. The president took six calls and the first lady took nine, according to the first lady’s office.

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Source: Nicholas Kamm / AFP / Getty Images

Here are some of the answers reported:

“What would you like more than anything?” Trump asked a caller named Casper from Virginia. “Building blocks, that’s what I’ve always liked too. I always loved building blocks … Well I predict Santa will bring you building blocks, so many you won’t be able to use them all.”

In another call, Trump praised a young caller for his Christmas wish.

“So you want your grandma to get out of the hospital? That’s what your wish is? That’s great,” Trump said. “That’s better than asking for some toy or something, that’s much better, right?”

“So your grandma’s gonna be good, OK, she’s gonna be good.”

First lady Melania Trump took calls as well, assuring one child that Santa was en route to their home.

“As soon as you go to sleep, Santa will be there,” she said.

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