Melania Trump keeps DC entry low key; Barron draws interest
In a short 30 second chat before the annual congressional picnic on the lawn, the First Lady opened up to Fox and Friends about joining the President at the executive mansion full-time from their home in NY. The Trump administration has been criticized by ethics watchdogs as nepotistic, with the most prominent examples being the roles of President Trump’s daughter and son-in-law, Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner. I’m so busy and we’re doing so many great stuff.
Trump tweeted Thursday that he is not in possession of any recordings involving his conversations with former FBI Director James Comey despite previously insinuating that he had tapes of their meetings.
The newspaper reported that Trump’s frustration with the investigation often erupts in rants to aides about TV news commentary or insults against Attorney General Jeff Sessions and his deputy, Rod Rosenstein. A toddler kept trying to race past Secret Service agents toward the Oval Office despite his father’s best efforts to corral him.
The White House announced Friday that it would be filling the role of White House chief usher with a Trump International Hotel employee.
Democrats were far outnumbered on the lawn, though a few, including Minnesota Sen.
The timing of Harleth’s hire this week comes as little surprise to White House-watchers; it is, after all, just over one week since the first lady and 11-year-old Barron Trump have taken up official residence.
The White House hired Timothy Harleth for the role of Chief Usher.
President Trump who has handed over control of his business empire to his two adult sons still has a financial stake in the company and receives profit reports from Donald Jr. and Eric Trump.
This Thursday, June 22, Melania and Donald Trump participated in their first picnic in the gardens of the White House.