What a touching moment!
As I always like to say, our President has a big heart and it was on display today as he was handing out Halloween candy to children at the White House.
The line wrapped far past the Jacqueline Kennedy Garden.
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One day after being tricked — so to speak — by World Series spectators, President Donald Trump stood outside the White House to treat costumed children on Monday.
During a Halloween event held in front of the South Portico of the White House, Trump, 73, and First Lady Melania Trump, 49, waited on an orange carpet surrounded by fall decorations as a line of young trick-or-treaters presented their baskets for goodies.
The evening prior to the celebration, the first couple attended Game 5 of the World Series at the National’s home stadium in Washington, D.C. When their attendance was made known via the field’s big screen, the Trumps elicited boos and mocking chants of “lock him up” from the crowd (as well as some claps and cheers — but the dissenters were louder).
Monday’s Halloween event also came amid the president’s ongoing — frequently exclamatory and occasionally all-caps — Twitter attacks on the impeachment investigation in Congress.
“Can you believe that Shifty Adam Schiff, the biggest leaker in D.C., and a corrupt politician, is upset that we didn’t inform him before we raided and killed the #1 terrorist in the WORLD!? Wouldn’t be surprised if the Do Nothing Democrats Impeach me over that! DRAIN THE SWAMP!!” the president tweeted Monday afternoon.
Trump left the Halloween event at about 6:30 p.m. without making any remarks. He and Mrs. Trump did not wear costumes.
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