She still believes in Santa Claus – despite the national skepticism of President Trump on television. Seven-year-old Collman Lloyd of Lexington, South Carolina, was identified as the kid on Tuesday when the president asked him a disturbing question about Father Christmas Monday, reported The Post & Courier of Charleston.
Collman, like thousands of other American children on Christmas Eve, named the North American Aerospace Defense Command, which has been persecuting Santa's whereabouts for 63 years.
A scientist answered and asked her if she would like to speak with the President.
A nervous Collman sat in the kitchen for six minutes, holding brisket and Brussels sprouts on the stove before Trump picked them up.
"He has a lot to do on the night of Christmas Eve," she said in the paper.
Then Trump, who was with the First Lady at the Oval Office in Washington, DC, was suddenly on the phone in the family kitchen.
"Do you still believe in Santa Claus?" He asked.
"Yes, sir," she said.
Then the president asked his enigmatic question:
That's marginal, right? "
" Yes, sir, "Collman replied, later explaining that she did not know what the word" marginal "means.
Trump's commentary would bring to a proverbial national news about the oddball question, and whether he buried the beans that was originally identified as a boy's name "Coleman."
"I thought so," Wow. "I was shocked," she said, "all I had to do was remember what the truth was. "
That night, Collman and her siblings left sugar cookies and chocolate milk for Santa Claus, and the next morning they were gone, and under the tree was a wrapped present called Lloyd: A Brand New American Girl Doll.
Santa, inferred Collman, it's real.