Love that pic of Melania and that sweet little girl.??RT if you also think that we have the worlds best First Lady!?? pic.twitter.com/LGSv8D6KWu
— Tennessee (@TEN_GOP) April 18, 2017
U.S. President Donald Trump, first lady Melania Trump and their 11-year-old son Barron Trump celebrated the 139th annual White House Easter Egg Roll on the South Lawn on Monday, April 17, in Washington, DC. This photo of Mealania hugging a beautiful little black girl went viral on social media yesterday.
It should be noted that the mainstream, leftwing media ignored this touching photo, because it didn't fit their anti-Trump narrative.
The hateful mainstream media called Trump's easter egg roll a "dud" and "a disaster". They said the event was rained out. But as you can tell from these photos, the event was a smashing success, despite the sporadic rainfall.
Mrs. Trump worked hard organizing this year's easter egg roll. President Trump thanked the First Lady for her diligent work on the event, “She’s been working on this for a long time to make it perfect… I want to congratulate her on this wonderful, wonderful day.”
Melania Trump read a children's book by Kathie Lee Gifford entitled “Party Animals,” about a grumpy goose who finds fault with everyone and decides not to invite them to her birthday party. But after talking to a wise owl, she decides to invite everyone regardless of their faults.
Barron, who is 6-feet-tall, will move to the White House with his mother in a few weeks. The handsome young lad dressed sharply in a $6,500 Brioni suit. Though he is only 11, he was too mature (and too tall) to roll easter eggs with his little cousins.
— Michelle Moons (@MichelleDiana) April 17, 2017
21,000 people -- mostly children -- attended the annual tradition of rolling pastel colored eggs down the White House lawn.
You didn't have to look far to see the diversity at the Christian holiday event. Numerous interracial couples and their gorgeous biracial children dotted the lawn. Here is a photo of ten-month-old Joseph Montgomery David Rosner and his mother Leslie Greene of Centreville, VA.
Photos by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images