The Trumps Are Hosting Their First White House Easter Egg Roll
They've already supposedly lagged behind on planning and are hosting a smaller egg roll than the Obama's final roll last year. Do you think they'll pull off the best white house Easter egg roll ever?
Last year, the Obamas hosted their last White House Easter Egg Roll, with more than 30,000 in attendance and a lot of fun!
This year, the Trumps are preparing to host their first egg roll on the White House lawn, but it's projected to go a little differently than last year's with fewer guests, an estimated 21,000 to be exact. When asked why there would be fewer egg rollers this year, Melania Trump's spokeswoman, Stephanie Grisham, said that with their first egg roll, the Trumps wanted to try and focus on creating a better experience for guests by inviting fewer people and also:
This year being our first, we’ve chosen to focus on the historic aspect of the Easter Egg Roll.
Exactly which historic aspects of the egg roll she refers to are yet unclear, but like previous years, this egg roll will feature costumed characters, games, storytelling, and performances by boy band Bro4, the Martin Family Band, and several military bands. According to press secretary and former White House Easter Bunny Sean Spicer, tickets have been distributed to D.C. schools as well as made available by lottery to families outside the D.C. area.
We've done extensive community outreach to really bring a lot of the school children from the area in and it's going to be a great day. I think we're going to have an eggs-ellent time.
But now what we want to know is...