The annual Easter Egg Roll has been an official White House tradition since 1878, when former President Rutherford B. Hayes flouted federal law to invite little egg-rollers to the White House lawn. While some reports painted the picture of an unprepared White House, the event appeared to go smoothly, though it was a notably less showy affair than previous Easter Egg Rolls.
I don't know if we're gonna be successful", Trump said of the egg-rolling festivities, "but I know a lot of people down there are gonna be successful.
Seeing Melania right beside her husband is nice, so, the Americans still wondering: when the first lady will make the final decision to move to the White House? He said that the First Lady has worked for long just to make the event a flawless one and in line with how they want to be.
Nothing Donald Trump does or says should come much of shock anymore as his antics have become a daily occurrence, but what he did (or should I say didn't do) on Sunday was definitely another head shaker.
The president and his family, meanwhile, sat at the decoration workshop tables and helped children compose letters to the troops, along with greeting the guests.
The Trumps hosted a scaled-down version of the event.
"Welcome to the White House".
After his remarks, the president signed greeting cards for soldiers stationed overseas, autographed at least one children's book, and shook hands with members of the crowd. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster) President Donald Trump accompanied by the Eastern bunny, waves from the Truman Balcony of the White House in Washington, Monday, April, 17, 2017 during the annual White House Easter Egg Roll.
"We will be stronger and bigger and better as a nation than ever before", he told his guests. He wore the outfit himself in 2008 during the George W Bush administration.