President Trump was sorry that the American people were not able to see the “beauty and majesty” of the snow-filled scene at the White House on Sunday.
But First Lady Melania Trump soon resolved the problem.
“Wish I could share with everyone the beauty and majesty of being in the White House and looking outside at the snow-filled lawns and Rose Garden,” the president tweeted on a snow-filled afternoon from the White House.
Wish I could share with everyone the beauty and majesty of being in the White House and looking outside at the snow filled lawns and Rose Garden. Really is something – SPECIAL COUNTRY, SPECIAL PLACE!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 13 January 2019
“Really is something – SPECIAL COUNTRY, SPECIAL PLACE!” he added.
And while one could imagine the scene he described, the first lady soon provided the needed imagery, apparently showing her husband how it’s done.
— Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) 13 January 2019
Others also captured the icy effects on the White House as a winter storm blanketed the region in several inches of snow this past weekend.<
Iconic Washington sites, such as the White House, Capitol, National Mall and Treasury are covered in snow on the 23rd day of the US government shutdown pic.twitter.com/41O04lPBXs
— AFP news agency (@AFP) 14 January 2019
— Dexter Henry (@DHenryTV) 13 January 2019
It’s pretty at @WhiteHouse this morning, as Washington is in the midst of a winter storm that’s having major impacts on airports & travel in the area. DC is one of a growing list of cities that will have more snow than the Twin Cities by Monday #mnwx #dcwx pic.twitter.com/nrXJWL2RS1
— Mike Augustyniak (@MikeAugustyniak) 13 January 2019
Snow falling at a wintery White House. pic.twitter.com/VXr6ND3AEA
— Kelly O’Donnell (@KellyO) 13 January 2019
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