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Santa Claus and Sleepy Joe Will Sing Christmas Carols This Week


Public Advocate president Eugene Delgaudio has met with Santa Claus and he has agreed to join him at the White House, The Supreme Court and the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. to sing traditional Christmas Carols this week.

Santa's full statement will be made during the visits but he authorized this preliminary message:

"Looking forward to hearing from the respective elected and Judicial leaders their wishes for peace on earth, " said Santa.

What To Expect On Further Announcement Details:

The White House, Justices, Speaker of the House and Senate Majority Leader may amend their schedules or opt to list the singing sessions as private or completely ignore Public Advocate as these offices have done previously.

"In the past Public Advocate singers have performed on the public streets around Washington during this holiday period and we look forward to performing again for the President, the respective Judges, the Speaker and the Senate Majority Leader. We hope they extend a proper festive response to our traditional Christmas singing during this joyous time," said Eugene Delgaudio, president of Public Advocate.