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Happy birthday, Melania Trump! The First Lady of the United States turns 47 today, and she's celebrating in Washington D.C. President Donald Trump's wife is in the nation's capital to attend a luncheon for Senate spouses at the National Gallery of Art, where she is set to make remarks. According to a White House official, Flotus will also be meeting with members of her staff on a variety of issues throughout the day. Later this evening, the Trumps have a private celebration planned in the White House residence, per the official. She received well wishes from President Trump, who tweeted, "Happy Birthday to our @Flotus, Melania!" alongside a photo of the couple »
[[tmz:video id="0_ok4wtbr5"]] Queen Noor of Jordan clearly does not want to be compared to First Lady Melania Trump. The Queen arrived at the Refugees International 38th Anniversary Dinner at Mellon Auditorium. She's big on refugee and missing persons work, as well as nuclear disarmament these days. Our photog asked if she saw any similarities between herself and the First Lady, other than marrying men who ran a country. The Queen made a graceful exit, saying it was an "impossible" question to answer. »
- TMZ Staff
Nearly six months after the 2016 presidential election, People has a First Look at the toll the unprecedented political contest took on The Real Housewives of New York City.
Cameras were rolling on the ninth season of hit Bravo franchise when Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton were getting ready to square off against one another at the polls. So when Bethenny Frankel, Ramona Singer, Carole Radziwill, Dorinda Medley and Luann (de Lesseps) D’Agostino got together for a meal in the lead-up to Nov. 8, politics were very much on their minds.
In an exclusive sneak peek at Wednesday’s episode, »
- Dave Quinn
On Sunday, Donald Trump and Melania Trump hosted their first Easter Egg Roll at the White House, a traditional Easter event. White House Easter Bunny Spawns Memes The Easter Egg Roll dates back to the Madison administration, and this year marked the 139th year of the annual event. While the president and first lady spoke, a creepy […]
The post White House Bunny Spawns Donald Trump Easter Egg Roll Memes appeared first on uInterview. »
- Hillary Luehring-Jones
On Sunday, President Donald Trump was joined by First Lady Melania Trump for the annual White House Easter Egg Roll, where things took a bit of an awkward turn when she had to remind her husband to put his hand over his heart during the U.S. national anthem, giving The Donald a gentle nudge to […] »
- Brent Furdyk
In his first major social event as president, Donald Trump and his wife Melania Trump hosted the 139th annual Easter Egg Roll on the White House’s South Lawn on Sunday. In the weeks leading up to event – planning falls unto the First Lady and her staff – the White House spoke of a scaled back celebration, estimating 21,000 […]
The post Donald Trump Sprouts Bunny Ears At White House Easter Egg Roll appeared first on uInterview. »
- Jacob Kaye
First Lady Melania Trump appeared to give her husband, President Trump, a subtle nudge to remind him to place a hand over his heart for the National Anthem during Monday’s annual White House Easter Egg Roll. That's a subtle nudge from Melania to remind Trump to lift his hand during the national anthem… https://t.co/P9XlYpjvcQ — Daniella Diaz (@DaniellaMicaela) April 17, 2017 It didn’t take long for Twitter to react and poke fun at everyone involved in the situation. One user said, “Melania looks miserable,” while another chimed in, “I’d laugh if I wasn’t crying – this is the actual president. »
- Brian Flood
Former First Daughter Chelsea Clinton is taking a stand for President Donald Trump‘s children after it was reported that some people believe his sons and daughters should not be offered Secret Service protection.
“Some say Trump kids shouldn’t have Secret Service. Do you not care about nat sec crisis that would arise if 1 of them was kidnapped/hurt?”, journalist Yashar Ali tweeted Monday morning.
Clinton responded to his tweet within hours, writing on Twitter: “It makes me very sad to read this & to know that anyone would ever say this. The President’s family’s protection should not be politicized. »
- Tierney McAfee
President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump welcomed an estimated 21,000 guests for the 139th Easter Egg Roll at the White House Monday. But, while addressing the crowd from the Truman Balcony, Melania subtly nudged Donald, reminding him to put his hand over his heart for the National Anthem—a small moment that turned into a bigger discussion on social media. The couple's son Barron Trump, however, did not require any prompting from his mom. (The U.S. Flag Code calls for anyone addressing the flag, either during the Pledge of Allegiance or the national anthem, to put their right hands over their hearts.) Unfazed, Donald made a short speech about the state of nation before turning to the day's »
First Lady Melania Trump is in charge of Monday’s annual White House Easter Egg Roll, while President Trump is expected to take part in the festivities. The event includes a reading nook and bunny hop, followed by the traditional Egg Roll. President Rutherford B. Hayes started the Egg Roll tradition back in 1878, with the bunny first making an appearance in 1969 during President Richard Nixon’s administration, according to the New York Daily News. Also Read: Sean Spicer Expects 'Egg-cellent' Time at White House Easter Event A member of the administration often plays the bunny — current Press Secretary Spicer was an assistant U. »
- Brian Flood
Pulling off a White House Easter Egg Roll is no yolk, as Melania Trump is quickly finding out. Taking to her offical Twitter account on Friday, the first lady promoted the annual event telling her followers she was “looking forward to hosting the annual Easter Egg Roll at the White House on Monday!” That’s all it took for Twitter to hit back. “Easter Egg hunt was sad today,” wrote one user. “Couldn’t find Trump’s Tax Returns & Melania’s Immigration Papers anywhere.” Also Read: Trump's Easter Rant About 'Paid' Tax Protesters: 'Election Is Over!' “That’ll only »
- Itay Hod
First Lady Melania Trump and son Barron Trump will soon move to the White House. A White House official confirmed they will relocate from their $100 million penthouse apartment in New York City’s Trump Tower to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C., in the summer. The reason for delaying the move is so that Barron […]
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- Aleks Simeonova
Melania Trump and her son Barron are moving on up… well, sort of. It seems the First Lady and her 11-year-old are ditching their posh Fifth Avenue digs in New York City, for the less ostentatious White House this summer, according to Fox News. The White House did not respond to TheWrap’s request for comment. But the president’s wife is expected to settle in the nation’s capital after her son Barron finishes out the school year. The announcement follows several reports that claimed the former model was reluctant to move into in the White House. Also Read: »
- Itay Hod
“Why won’t the First Lady do her job?” That’s the question posed by filmmaker Kate Imbach about Melania Trump, who famously is the first First Lady in American History to refuse outright to move to the White House. Melania says it’s because she doesn’t want to disrupt her son Barron Trump’s school year (reportedly, they’ll be spending the Summer in D.C.), but even so, it’s an unusual situation. In an attempt to understand it, Imbach posted an analysis to Medium of what amounts to Melania’s only public record — the photographs and »
- Ross A. Lincoln
First Lady Melania Trump and her 11-year-old son Barron are heading to Washington, D.C., soon, the White House confirms.
A White House official confirmed to People that President Donald Trump‘s wife and youngest child will move from their home at Trump Tower in New York City to the White House this summer, following their previously announced plan to allow Barron to finish out the school year before relocating.
Ahead of President Trump’s inauguration, several sources told People that the former model, 46, was hesitant to live in the White House.
“Melania wants to stay in New York while her son goes to school, »
- Stephanie Petit
There's a only handful of holidays that make waves in Hollywood, and Easter is definitely one of them ... as seen here. Tons of celebs celebrated Easter Sunday with their loved ones, including Donald Trump and Melania Trump, Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon, John Legend and Chrissy Teigen, Rob Gronkowski, Victoria and David Beckham, Beyonce and Blue Ivy, Kim and Kanye, Colton Haynes and Jeff Leatham, The Rock, Snooki, Snoop Dogg ... and everyone else and their cousin. »
- TMZ Staff
[[tmz:video id="0_mkhjm50t"]] New Jersey boy band Bro4 will risk career ruin by cavorting on Donald Trump's White House lawn ... because they believe they can save the lives of some kids while they're there. The Alam brothers -- Skyler, Levi, Madison and Casey -- are playing the White House Easter Egg Roll Monday, where 25,000 kids will scour the grounds for Easter eggs. They're doing the gig to support Melania Trump's anti-cyber-bullying campaign. Madison was bullied a »
- TMZ Staff
When people were prompted to #MakeAMovieTitleEvenBetter on Twitter Friday morning, things quickly got political as users threw Donald Trump, Sean Hannity and Melania Trump into the mix. “No Country For Old Orange Men,” one user tweeted, referring to 2007’s “No Country for Old Men” starring Tommy Lee Jones, Javier Bardem and Josh Brolin. “Donald and the Giant Impeach,” another user suggested, which stems from “James and the Giant Peach,” a 1996 film that was based on Roald Dahl’s famous novel. Also Read: Donald Trump's Modeling Agency Is Shutting Down, Leaked Emails Reveal Trump is often used as a punching bag on Twitter. »
- Beatrice Verhoeven
Melania Trump’s lawyer, who just won a reported $2.9 million libel lawsuit settlement for the first lady, says news organizations should “take notice” of recent libel settlements and that “news organizations that act recklessly should be concerned about the consequences of their actions.” Charles Harder, the Los Angeles lawyer for Melania Trump, who also helped bring down Gawker.com, told TheWrap, that “journalists, editors and publishers should take notice of the various recent lawsuits, jury verdicts and settlements, and act responsibly and ethically.” “News organizations that do not lie about people and harm their reputations have nothing to worry about, »
- Susan Seager
The annual White House Easter Egg Roll is right around the corner, so what better time to look back at how past presidents have hosted their egg rolls?
This tradition dates back to 1878, when President Rutherford B. Hayes welcomed local children to the White House South Lawn for the first official egg roll. The event, held each year on Easter Monday, has only ever been canceled due to bad weather, World War I and World War II.
The Easter Egg Roll is considered the most high-profile and elaborate public event thrown at the White House, as well as one of the most heavily promoted. »
- Tierney McAfee
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