The president autographed a kid's arm.
An assurance the Wall will be built. A diatribe about Robert Mueller and impeachment. Remarks about a terror attack in Sri Lanka. Autographs. Why yes, it's Easter at the White House. During the annual White House Easter Egg Roll-an event that dates back 141 years-Donald Trump, American president, bounced around the lawn talking politics while First Lady Melania Trump played hostess. At one point, as the president colored (and autographed) a picture for U.S. service members, a child sitting next to him allegedly asked about Trump's signature policy, a wall on the southern border.
Oh, It’s happening. It’s being built now," Trump told the kid. "Here’s a young guy who said, ‘Keep building that wall.’ Can you believe that? He’s going to be a conservative someday!”
Later, he autographed a child's arm.
Here are 12 photos that show what the Easter Egg Roll is like at the Trump White House.