White House Easter Egg Roll Pictures And Videos Show Trump's Holiday Event

Remigio Civitarese
Aprile 20, 2017

As the national anthem began, the Slovenian-born first lady touched him, apparently to remind him to put his hand over his heart, which she and Barron did first.

"This is the 139th Easter egg roll. Think of it, 139", Trump said Monday, welcoming families to the annual event, which was dampened by intermittent rain.

Both President and Mrs. Trump used the occasion to thank USA servicemen and women, many of whom were in attendance with their children.

The Trumps then went down and joined the crowd briefly.

The first family joined their guests on the South Lawn, as President Donald Trump, along with First Lady Melania, colored with kids as part of some of the day's activities.

The Easter Egg roll dates all the way back to 1878 when President Rutherford Hayes was in the White House. Trump's wife, Melania, and their son, Barron, 11, and the Easter Bunny were also there.

The son of president Donald Trump, Barron, has been pictured dressed from head to toe in Gunners gear while having a kickabout on the White House lawn.

"On behalf of the president and (our son) Barron, we wish you great fun and handsome days coming ahead of us", Xinhua news agency quoted the first lady as saying.

Later, when ABC News reportedly pressed Trump on his next move on the Korean Peninsula, he said, "You'll see".

6 White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer takes a turn in the Reading Nook.

Melania also spoke to wish everybody "great fun and attractive days coming ahead of us". "I want to thank all the military with us today, and all military in this great nation, and servicemen and servicewomen all around the world who are keeping us safe". Wells Wood Turning, the Maine-based manufacturer of the traditional wooden eggs given out at the event, tweeted a message that its Easter deadlines were on the horizon and that the White House should "please reach out".

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