Earlier this week, President Trump and first lady Melania Trump hosted their first White house Easter Egg Roll on the South Lawn. The annual festivities included an Easter Bunny appearance, a reading nook, and ultimate shade from the little ones in attendance. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
Three local public school districts that were invited to past Easter Egg Roll events were not invited this year.
It is at once fascinating and troubling that white supremacy just will not go away. A news story today said that the president, in the annual Easter Egg roll held at the White House, did not include or invite school children who attend D.C.’s public schools. Show More Summary
Despite a whimsical interlude filled with giant bunnies and White House Easter eggs, this week’s news has focused mostly on North Korea. Sit back and catch up now: Last weekend The headliner. The Trump administration warns North Korea (again) about its nuclear program. What you might have missed....
Was your Easter family gathering marred by your relatives constantly asking you if you were seeing anybody? Or asking when you plan to start seeing someone? Or asking if you are okay being alone? Don't worry; the White House Easter Bunny may be that special someone you are looking for. Show More Summary
While it may not have lived up the previous year's events, at least we got some great memes out of it.
Arsenal in the White House A picture has gone viral on social media in the past few days revealing how Donald Trump’s son, Barron, is a big soccer fan. On Easter Monday, the White House opened up their gates to a select group of lucky people who got to take part in the annual Easter […]
Shareblue: Donald Trump kicked off the week by holding his first-ever White House Easter Egg Roll, and forgetting to hold his hand over his heart during the National Anthem. Nevertheless, the event managed to earn him fair-to-glowing...Show More Summary
As opposed to years past, the White House focused on the children and not politics at the annual event.
When President Trump stepped onto the White House lawn on Monday for the annual Easter Egg Roll, he was dressed for work in his usual boxy dark suit and bright-red tie. Contrast that with the far more casual dark-denim jeans and button-down shirt that President Barack Obama sported during last year’s egg roll at 1600 Pennsylvania […]
This wasn't the first year the Paas bunny made an appearance at the White House.
Amid the chaos of planning the annual White House Easter Egg roll, Melania Trump hosted a private Easter brunch and egg hunt at Mar-a-Lago on Saturday. Read more...
"Hillary Clinton displayed her penchant for rainbow-colored pantsuits when she was host, resplendent one year in buttercup yellow, another in grass green. When the Obamas were in the White House, they significantly relaxed the rules, the president often going without a tie or jacket, and Michelle Obama most often in pants with a J. Show More Summary
That diplomatic trip to South Korea isn't fooling this late-night host. The Trump Administration's first Easter Egg Roll was marred with controversy before it even began, so perhaps it's unsurprising the festivities themselves offered...Show More Summary
New York Times reporter Julie Hirschfeld Davis took a third bite of the chocolate Easter Egg on Tuesday, writing her third prominently featured story about the supposedly troubled White House Easter Egg hunt. (Yes, three stories, plus...Show More Summary
"The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" had been on hiatus for the last 10 days, so there was a lot to catch up on when the host returned in full force on Monday night. He tackled not only the festivities at the White House Easter Egg Roll...Show More Summary
Trump signs hat for kid, throws it over kid’s head to random person in crowd. Outrage: 15,873 retweets. Here’s the video: A kid asks Trump to sign his hat at the White House Easter Egg Roll. The president signs … and then tosses the hat into the crowd. pic.twitter.com/7ExdhpO97H — POLITICO (@politico) April 17, 2017 […]
The late-night comics take a look at the Easter Egg Roll at the White House. After you watch our favorite jokes, vote for yours at opinion.usatoday.com.
The Hervé Pierre frock was another of Mrs. Trump’s camera-ready choices, just what you imagine a first lady might wear.
President Donald Trump spoke to Ainsley Earhardt on Monday during the White House Easter Egg Roll, and slammed the "fake media" by saying they created the notion that he's softening on China.