President Donald Trump with his appearance and amazing speech at the White House’s Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day Thursday surprised everybody.
“Don’t be politicians and don’t be reporters. Lead a normal life,” said Trump, addressing a group of children whose parents are generally journalists in the White House press corps and White House staffers.
He meet the children on the lawn of the Rose Garden, signed autographs, took photographs, and made a few playful jokes at the expense of their parents.
“How do we get your parents to like Trump better?” Trump asked with a laugh.
“Do we like or love your parents?” Trump asked the young ones.
“Love!” they shouted back.
“Good, we’re safe,” the president responded.
Furthermore, for the children was presented a pretend press briefing hosted by White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer.
— Allie Malloy (@AlliemalCNN) April 27, 2017
RIGHT NOW: Spicer briefing WH/press children on Take Your Daughters & Sons to Work Day. Next stop: bowling. pic.twitter.com/HVbE5Ibhyx
— Peter Alexander (@PeterAlexander) April 27, 2017
To the children was given the right to ask their own questions, and one of the kids asked Spicer for the specifics of Trump’s plan to renegotiate NAFTA.
NBCNews: RT NBCPolitics: Watch: Sean Spicer talks about NAFTA during a “press briefing” with kids on Take Our Daug… https://t.co/KTtfCX8Nz6
— Maximiliano Valdes (@maxvaldes) April 27, 2017
There were also offered special activities of other government employees and journalists at the U.S. Capitol and across Washington, D.C.
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