President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump Host Annual Congressional Picnic (Video)…

President Trump, First-Lady Melania Trump, Vice-President Mike Pence and Second-Lady Karen Pence together with their families, celebrated fellowship at the annual White House congressional picnic earlier this evening.

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…”We’ve gotten to know many of you over the last weeks and months, and developed many friendships… with politicians, can you believe it? And some really great people I have to say, mostly, mostly… a couple of bad ones, but that’s ok”… LOLOL

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  1. kinthenorthwest says:

    Such an awesome looking First Family…
    So glad & blessed that Trump is our president.

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    • Minnie says:

      Amen 🇺🇸

      Beautiful!

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      • nimrodman says:

        Melania in a smashing summer dress on White House Lawn. For the ladies – is that what they used to call an A-line dress in the mid-60s?

        PresTrump gave a very nice, short speech with specific mention that they were sorry Rep Steve Scalise was not there and wishing him and his family well.

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        • wheatietoo says:

          An A-line dress wouldn’t have a belt.

          So this one that she’s in today…not sure what technical name this style is…
          It’s just a belted dress with fitted bodice and A-line skirt.

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          • Sylvia Avery says:

            Cute dress for a picnic. She always manages to have just the right thing in her wardrobe.

            Fox & Friends is interviewing PDJT and Melania tomorrow morning about moving into the WH. I have my DVR set!

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          • Lucille says:

            1960s Vogue Couturier 2347 pattern by Valentino of Italy

            1960s High fitted A line with side pleat Vogue pattern

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            • ladypenquin says:

              Ok, Ms. Lucille, how did you dig those pics up? 🙂 Sewing is almost a lost art, we live in such a disposable society. I have seen knitting making a reappearance – they’re discovering how relaxing it is…

              It’s great to see STYLE coming back. Dresses? I’m afraid we have a couple of generations who have forgotten what dresses are… The First Lady can help reset some style and class to our culture. What we have today isn’t Michelle Obama’s fault – several decades of “let it all out” “sloppy is fine” etc. etc.

              I believe it does something to the culture when one removes the sense of pride in dressing. Manners disappear as well. Class (and it’s not about money) style and grace go much further than the radical feminists understand, but then they don’t care. When we don’t pass on a sense of pride to our young men and women, which actually includes how we dress, we also don’t help them build self-esteem. Recent and current culture has done a great deal of damage to our young people.

              Anyway, I love seeing Melania dressing so appropriately, not over-dressed, not under. Simple and nice. May it work its way through our current culture.

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              • BT in SC says:

                I luv the dress she’s wearing! I can sew, and sew quite well. That fabric / material … The pattern, or similar, I’m sure, can be found on Esty. Hunting down the fabric though, or a twin of it… That will be my new “mission.” Probably not a chance the dress is from J. Crew, or Boden, or… an affordable retailer? If it is, it’s already sold out! [Our fabulously beautiful new FLOTUS, doing her part to MAGA, stimulating the economy.] What awesomeness – those pictures – the Trump women smiling! We didn’t see genuine smiles at the WH with the past occupants – not the females, anyway. We saw scowls…

                P.S. I can knit, too. Although with only one good hand, knitting is difficult, now. Sewing can be done with only one good hand though.

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                • Kristin says:

                  Etsy has lots of vintage dress patterns. I started taking sewing classes a few months ago and I just love it. The main problem is finding the fabrics. Sorry guys we are having a sewing moment here.
                  I live in AZ and have just hobby lobby and joanns. But when I go CA I always visit Mood in LA.
                  Melania is beautiful and her husband is not too bad either. We are blessed to have them in the WH!!!
                  BT: I also love Boden!!

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                  • BT in SC says:

                    There are quite a few fabric sites on-line Kristin, that beat, by far, the choices Joann’s and Hobby Lobby have. Most will send swatches. I’ve bought quite a bit at fabric.com… Esty has fabric, also, e-bay. [Even Amazon has fabric – although I am trying to not use Amazon!]

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              • farmhand1927 says:

                I also hope her ladylike style and good taste rub off on American women and they take notice that feminine beauty doesn’t require rainbow colored hair, body and facial piercing and body ink. Be yourself, that’s your true beauty.

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              • G. Combs says:

                “…Sewing is almost a lost art…”
                Partly because the patterns and material are so blasted expensive and Cninese off the rack so cheap. However I have an entire room dedicated to sewing.

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              • msmelchizadek says:

                One of my favorite things to collect (and use) are vintage patters. I found several for my granddaughter! I love to sew and have made some very nice Thanksgiving and Christmas placemats and napkins… 🙂 Back then, I think the clothes (and patterns) were much more flattering to a lady, even if you carried some extra weight. The styles today are so “frumpy.”

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            • betseyross says:

              OMG, Lucille! I had that Valentino dress pattern years ago. I made it in navy wool for the bottom half and navy and white check wool for the top. What great memories! Thanks.

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            • Xroads says:

              Oh man, that brings back memories of my mother and sisters making dresses on the kitchen table. Mom had at least 3 shoe boxes full of dress patterns.

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          • RG says:

            Appears to be a version of a “shirt waist” with a flared skirt. I used to wear them all the time in high school but unfortunately with age it can’t be my style anymore LOL

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          • fannieprl says:

            Her shoes are always the best part of her outfit. How does she do those heels?? I love them. So much class.

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          • Justah says:

            I was in Fashion for 30 years. I would call this a Belted Fit and Flare.

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        • deqwik2 says:

          Someone tweeted about the dress.

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        • Jimmy Jack says:

          I would call it an A line dress. Melanie just chose to wear a belt with it. Sometimes these dresses are also called fit and flare but usually that means the skirt is a little fuller.

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          • ladypenquin says:

            She looks great with belted, shirtwaist styles. Me, I’d have to go with the empire style being short-waisted.

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          • distracted2 says:

            I’d also call it a fit and flare. The slits in the front open when she’s walking and definitely cause the skirt to flare out a bit.

            It’s a perfect dress and she looked gorgeous in it.

            A little trivia: We used to call fabric similar to this a windowpane print. Now it’s called a grid print.

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          • farmhand1927 says:

            She usually wears wide belts, this is the first narrow one I’ve seen, but for a summer picnic, the narrow one with the summer fabric is just right.

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            • annieoakley says:

              I believe the the top of the dress is cut on the grain of the fabric and the skirt is cut on the bias grain of the fabric. It has been a while since I made a skirt on the bias.

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          • No, it’s not an A-line, it has a waist. Follow that link to the site and you can see it has a sewn in waist and they describe it as an A lined skirt.

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    • TONYA PARNELL says:

      AMEN

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    • FL_GUY says:

      If the magazines were smart, they would put President Trump and the First Lady on the covers constantly. If they put positive stories along with the pics, they would sell out. But they aren’t smart as demonstrated by them supporting H.

      For 8 long years, I had to endure O and Wookie on the covers constantly. Going to the grocery store became a tedious exercise of avoiding the magazine rack by the cashiers when checking out. Now with President Trump, a man who LOOKS and ACTS like a President with a super-model First Lady? Zilch.

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      • Wookie? Oh….you’re MUCH too kind.

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        • vicschick says:

          My gosh the one on the left is just atrocious. Classless, gauche and physically repugnant. On the other hand, the one on the right is STUNNING!

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        • Minnie says:

          😂😂😂😂

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        • Looks to me like Michelle has a Wookiee!

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        • OldGal46 says:

          Such a vast difference–And I do not speak of skin tone–just in posture (self-esteem?) and presentation. Even when Mrs. Trump deplaned, she looks happy and well-put together, while the ‘other’ seemed to have nothing but slumps and scowls–for 8 whole years!

          I, too, am so pleased we have class back in our White House, rather than day-clah-say!!!

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          • farmhand1927 says:

            The clear cut differences in Michelle Obama and Melania Trump were never more on display than on Inauguration Day. The Trump’s arrived at the White House for the customary tea before the ride together to the ceremony. Mrs. Trump graciously followed protocol by handing a gift to the outgoing first lady, who stood there refusing to take it. Barack finally stepped in and accepted the gift and handed it oft to an aide. To be sure, Mrs. Trump didn’t look bad. Michelle Obama looked like a rude, bitter, hateful, ungrateful shrew.

            There was a photo once of Michelle Obama sitting next to John Boehner at a dinner. Elbows on the table, she was glaring, as she usually was. When she walked out to accept the WH Christmas Tree each year, there was no enthusiasm or appreciation. She referred to the WH as a prison. Her facial expressions and body language were always quite clear.

            No comparison at all. Our First Lady, the kind, loving, elegant, exquisite wife of our President truly exemplifies the title and role of First Lady. Women of taste around the world are copying her style. She enchants world leaders wherever she goes. Melania Trump was born for this moment in history. Thank you, God, for sending her in our lifetimes.

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            • ladypenquin says:

              I didn’t realize that Michelle refused to take the gift, though I remember Obama accepting it. Classless to the end. Honestly, I don’t understand Michelle’s anger. She got what she wanted, but if she hated every moment of being First Lady, then why did accept Obama running for a second term? They could have gone home, and no one would have thought the worst of them for making that choice.

              Her anger was palpable from beginning to end, and I’ve never understood its source.

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          • RG says:

            I have seen that “slump and scowl” look for 41 years and on a daily basis. I worked in two different school system with a lot of hateful black women. I found a few who were bright and happy but most fit the mold of M-shell. They also thought she was B-utiful. Remember that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. She was nevah my “first lady” but I didn’t march in the streets – I just ignored her.

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        • OldGal46 says:

          Such a vast difference–And I do not speak of skin tone–just in posture (self-esteem?) and presentation. Even when Mrs. Trump deplaned, she looks happy and well-put together, while the ‘other’ seemed to have nothing but slumps and scowls–for 8 whole years!

          I, too, am so pleased we have class back in our White House, rather than day-clah-say!!!

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        • OldGal46 says:

          Such a vast difference–And I do not speak of skin tone–just in posture (self-esteem?) and presentation. Even when Mrs. Trump deplaned, she looks happy and well-put together, while the ‘other’ seemed to have nothing but slumps and scowls–for 8 whole years!

          I, too, am so pleased we have class back in our White House, rather than day-clah-say!!!

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        • wodiej says:

          “you sexy thing…” One fine lady.

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      • Oldschool says:

        Absolutely correct, but their hate is so thick it clouds all thinking and even basic survival instincts are dulled.

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      • Sylvia Avery says:

        I know. I’d be spending money on stupid magazines because I am obsessed with Melania, so I guess it is a good thing they don’t do it. At least we don’t have to look at pics of the Mooch and her toned arms.

        Is it me or has the Mooch gained like 40 lbs. since leaving the WH?

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        • Lucille says:

          Remember the other day when the media was full of photos/p.r. about Mrs. Obama’s new fitness regime and classes? This continuing obsession by the media with someone who was never proud of her country until the nation voted for her husband (self-serving comments, anyone), is getting soooo old.

          We can’t help our body types. But unless an illness or disability prevents it, we CAN help being way out-of-shape, dressing dumpily, and having a bad attitude. I’d wager Melania has always had a positive outlook. Michelle…not so much.

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          • Bendix says:

            I think Michele is putting on the weight that older women do, if they believe the hype and follow the lousy government dietary recommendations. Starch is bad for you in large amounts.

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      • Wend says:

        Me too! Fortunately BF and mom take care of most of the marketing-but OMG do I remember doing the same as you.

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      • Bailey02 says:

        When President JFK was a nominee, his father paid $60,000 to the Time’s magazine to have him on the cover page and a good story (as he was a good guy, hero) about him and he did win.
        When Obama was on, his sponsors paid over million and million to have his picture when he was a child with his mother and about him on the times cover page. And Times went on and on with Obama on the cover page, I just have to cancel it, I can’t stand it, ugh!

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      • ladypenquin says:

        I’m afraid Michelle and Obama are still on the covers of those checkout counter magazines. Saw one of her the other day, in Italy (not the church picture) but another where her capris had huge holes in them – silly people pay for that look, when one could go to the Goodwill and buy a pair and do the rips at a much cheaper price.

        Maybe by this time next year, they’ll realize what people want to see; it’s not the Obamas, and the elitist wannabes Hollywood trash with their decadent lifestyles.

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      • Bendix says:

        I don’t think it’s a case of being smart. I think it’s a case of all the media belonging to the same few giant global parent corporations, and when they say “act like everybody hates the Trumps”, that’s what they will do, because their bottom line isn’t what they make from sales of the magazines anymore.
        What a fresh, classic, picnicky style on Melania.
        She must smell like fresh sheets dried on the line.

        My God, look at how Donald holds up. He looks as well as I’ve ever seen him.
        He’s laid the world at lovely Melania’s feet.

        Ivanka was lucky not to lose her dress there. LOL.

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    • Love Melania in most of what she wares, however not a fan for this dress. But I still think she is STUNNING!

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    • sundance says:

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    • Stringy theory says:

      Ken, perfectly said. We are indeed blessed, thanks be to God.

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    • shallbe4 says:

      There will never be a dull moment and I am enjoying every second.

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  2. Okay, I’m no fashion expert but the dresses that Melania and Ivanka are wearing just SCREAM, “Spring season is here!”

    Nothing like seeing beautiful people enjoying life. God Bless our First Family

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  3. NewOrleans says:

    Such a wonderful, loving, happy family!

    Too bad they had to host such despicable people. By the way, did the Congressional Black Caucus boycott or was the possibility of a free meal too much to pass up?

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  4. Wow. It amazes me that a large percentage of the population can’t see how awesome this family and administration is.

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    • Deb says:

      Hatred is blinding. So sad, they miss the beauty in everything life has to offer.

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      • Deb, but hatred without any grounds,.. that is what I cannot understand. I understand hate, but in order to hate someone, you got to be wronged by that person in really big way… All that Hate!!! I am just lost and scared for humanity….

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        • Deb says:

          It’s projection. Liberals project their hatred onto their opponents when in reality they hate their own miserable lives. They can’t admit to their misery, so they self medicate with drugs/food/sex/money etc. and blame the people who are happy for all the problems in the world, including their own.

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          • BT in SC says:

            Not necessarily. See my comment, below. I absolutely do not “hate” my “own miserable” life. And hardly consider that I have a miserable life. Nor do I self medicate with drugs/food/sex/money… and I did not blame people who are happy for all the problems in the world, including my own. No. The hatred doesn’t have to be projection.

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        • shallbe4 says:

          The hatred will cost the Democrats. It appears that Soros is running the show so hate is on the menu until the next election.

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        • OldGal46 says:

          So very true, Elena.

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        • OldGal46 says:

          So very true, Elena.

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        • BT in SC says:

          I disagree that “you’ve got to be wronged by that person in a really big way…” I felt such hatred towards the family that resided in our WH before the Trump family. I didn’t know I was capable of such vehement hatred. And hate is a pretty strong word, that I rarely use. But that “hate” toward them – I can’t call them by their names it is so strong – remains just as hefty today as it was when they first came along. I call him “the jugearedass” [used to call him the “jugearedjackass” until someone pointed out that I was disparaging jackass’s and they are kind animals, so I quit using the “jack” part], I refer to her as “the wide-a$$, grifting bitter half,” and call the girls “rent-a-daughter-no. 1” and “rent-a-daughter-no. 2.” I refused to use their names then, and refuse to now. Not once did I ever used the “P” word to refer to the jugearedass. My hatred of them has not diminished and it is highly unlikely that it ever will. So, I guess I can understand the “hate” from the other side now. I felt it then, they feel it now. The only difference is that I did not display my hatred violently, like they are doing.

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          • BT, I didn’t vote for Obama, because I didn’t like his associations…I didn’t know much about him to hate…So when he became pres. I just watched him…However now, after all the masks and pretenses are gone, now after I know what he is done to our country,
            I am not just hating him, I despise him. But he gave me a REASON to feel this way, he wronged us a lot, the whole country…And Thank You, G-d for our PDJT!

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            • Bendix says:

              At first I thought he was merely an unprepared, race-card playing hustler.
              I honestly expected him to try to do some good in a few areas.
              I really thought we might see some financial reform, and I expected him to do something about the FCC.
              I also hoped the Michele would push back against celebrity culture and everybody pretend you’re rich culture.
              Michelle used to dress conservatively, when she first came into public view.

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              • Agaist my better judgment I was hoping too…There was nothing else for us left, just hope for the better…But in his own time he showed us his real face, face of racist, communist, member of muslim brotherhood,,,

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        • Xroads says:

          And a heapin helpin of jealousy.

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    • kittytrump84 says:

      They see it – they are enraged by it.

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      • Kitty, That hate and rage will eat their insides, they are hurting themselves more then our president and us.

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        • bkrg2 says:

          Elena, wonderfully said. This is what gives me hope for our movement. I am surrounded by liberals at home, plus 100% European socialist/globalists at work. They are all totally blind to everything positive and good.
          It’s been about a year of constant hatred, lies, violence… I can’t see them all lasting another 4-8 years like this without it tearing up their physical health (cuz their mental health is already gone)

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          • My 2 sons are liberals, my heart is bleeding, but I look at the bright side: at least they are safe on their jobs…Our children been poisoned by heavy Marxist propaganda at schools and universities…
            Look at this video and you will understand how deep we are in the rabbit whole. Share it everywhere, so people will understand the danger…

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          • bk, don’t forget that some of them are paid to be hateful and violent, those will not loose their heath, but they are physically hurting some of us and taking away our right to free speech…just like Hitler’s brown-shirts…Only now they are demonRats’s masked shirts, it is same-same.

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    • CathyMAGA says:

      They like manlets, feminism, and gender less trans freaks. This is not up their alley-so to speak….

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    • piper567 says:

      what % of people actually see these photos?

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    • rvsueandcrew says:

      daughter…. I’m amazed, too, and disappointed that people refuse to see what a gift the Trumps are to our nation. Those of us who do see a great family with intelligence, competence, beauty, grace, style, and love for us and each other get to enjoy the photos and tweets, rallies and the foreign trip, etc.

      I’ve never bought a magazine because of a celebrity or president, but I admit I’m crazy about photos of this beautiful family!

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  5. Scotty19541 says:

    So very reassuring to come here and see these beautiful photos after an evening on the enemy front battling the libtards:) Good news to report … they have nothing and seem to be getting weaker:) Still battling 10-1 but some more support towards the end of the night. Rest well my friends and God Bless President Donald J. Trump!

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  6. The Trump family. The only people at the Congressional picnic that weren’t cave-dwelling troglodytes, acid-spewing xenomorphs or cross-eyed hunchbacks.

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  7. Best photo of day. President Trump at the podium with the Presidential seal and the beaming First Lady at his side.

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    • nimrodman says:

      And she’s able to stand relaxed and poised, with arms simply hanging. Fashion-model poise.

      No contrived Illuminati hand signal like that East-Deutsch-Commie-tard Angela Merkel

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  8. Oldschool says:

    The beauty, love, joy, grace, elegance and close family that occupy our house is something I have not seen in my lifetime and I enjoy every photo. I cannot get enough and it makes my heart soar just to see the pictures. Thank you Lord for this family.

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  10. Minnie says:

    I can’t even imagine the AMAZING celebration we will have on the Fourth of July!

    ❤️🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸❤️

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    • ladypenquin says:

      Hadn’t even thought about July 4th yet, but you’re right, President Trump will make sure it’s a day truly celebrated.

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  11. Annie says:

    we are truly blessed to have PDJT as POTUS…I fell that it was pre-ordained…thank you , President Trump for taking on this monumental task to save our Country. and on a side note. someone is now..giving him good hair cuts.!!!

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  12. nkmommy says:

    Wow! What a contrast from the last administration. The genuine smiles — vs scowls — says it all. Seeing them look joyful is like a ray of sunshine for our Vitamin D-deficient country!

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  13. Donna in Oregon says:

    Yesterday at the rally President Trump was so relaxed. Again, today seems perfectly content. I think having Melania and his son home is good for everyone.

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  14. Pam says:

    I loved hearing POTUS talk about giving Scaliese’s children the white house tour. He has such a giving heart. Loved the speech. I wish he would have named the “bad” politicians. LOL

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    • law4lifeblog says:

      Mrs. Pence needs a fashion intervention….

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      • Jimmy Jack says:

        I’ve been hoping the Trump women would have a girls night that is a makeover in disguise party. And for the Pence girls too. Ivanka could give them clothes from her line and I’m sure there are hand me downs galore between Tiffany, Ivanka, Melania, LaraLea, and Jessica. Just a thought.

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      • mj_inOC says:

        Some ladies have not realized the message their clothing choices send… otoh, Melanie, as a former fashion model, choses her clothing with distinction, elegance, and style … reminding us of the inimitable Audrey Hepburn!

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      • BT in SC says:

        I’d be willing to guess that Mrs. Pence knows that no matter what she wears, or how she wears it, she will never be a Melania… I am NOT saying that in a bad way, and certainly not intending for it to be mean or cruel. Karen Pence has never been a fashion icon, has never realized that just by standing up straight she can project herself differently, and those things haven’t mattered to her. I believe that both she and her daughters would be quite hurt if someone suggested a fashion intervention – that aspect, the world of fashion, just isn’t important to some. Which isn’t to say that a little assistance from a stylist wouldn’t go a long way, but how would you feel if someone said to you that you need some help revamping your style? If, on the other hand, they were to seek that assistance on their own… well that would be different and they would welcome the intervention, then.

        I think Karen Pence shows us something else – which I’m having a hard time with coming up with the right word for… She wore that same dress just a week or two ago to a function with VP Pence – was it Memorial Day? When they were visiting Vets? Can’t recall. But by wearing that same dress twice, she is showing us that she is just a normal, everyday woman, with a limited closet, that is not overflowing with high-end “couture” that most of us will never be able to afford, and that she is comfortable in her own skin that way. I, personally, respect and admire that in her. Not everyone has the $$ that the Trumps have, and not all of us look like super models. Do I think she needs a fashion intervention? It wouldn’t hurt. But she needs to want it. Give her time. She’ll see, on her own… [Karen Pence is going to be the same type of presence that Laura Bush was. Mrs. Bush was never a fashion maven, but held her own with class and grace. A Talbots’s style, maybe Pendleton… I see Karen Pence more a Talbots’s or Pendleton style, than a high-end designer style. Just my opinion…]

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        • dbethd says:

          Excellent! I have things I want to add, but I think it would just detract from everything you just said!

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        • P7rancher says:

          So very well said.

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        • Bendix says:

          I’d like to add that Mrs. Pence probably looks much nicer in person. Some outfits just don’t “read” well in photographs.
          I learned that on a Tyra Banks show. She had on a lovely dress, she’s a lovely woman, and she explained how it looked dumpy on tv.

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      • betseyross says:

        She seems to have lost weight since January. She’s probably between her old ‘fat’ clothes and the new stuff. I hope she chooses wisely.

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  18. Suite D says:

    How I love being an American! MAGA!!!

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  22. wheatietoo says:

    I guess Barron wasn’t there?

    Or maybe he was…but they did a good job of keeping him out of the limelight.

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    • H.R. says:

      I don’t think he would be interested in the walk-through where it’s meet-n-greet the congress and their wives, wheatietoo.

      My guess is he was with a pack of the congress-kids his age with a half-dozen SS trying to herd them around. We might not know as pictures of the kids may be off limits; all sorts of crazies out there, doncha know.

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      • wheatietoo says:

        Yep. I think you’re probably right.

        It’s good that they’re keeping him out of the gaggle of people pressing in around him.

        Even though he’s tall and doesn’t look it…he’s still just a little boy.

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  23. Sandy says:

    Wonderful President and beautiful First Lady.

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  24. Jlwary says:

    I want to meet POTUS…. 🇺🇸

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  25. H.R. says:

    The video was a hoot! The guys were taking a picture of the President, then zoom! Cameras focused on Melania.and clicking away. It was very obvious and very funny. I’m sure there will be more than a few congressional wives saying, “Let’s see the pictures you got, honey.” Might be a few “most powerful people in the land” sleeping on the couch tonight 😉

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  26. Stringy theory says:

    Even though I loathe most Congress critters, this was still an upbeat piece. The Trump family makes all of the difference.

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  27. sg says:

    i loved his line about the different kind of WH tours.

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  28. Jimmy Jack says:

    I read the lawn was decorated to look like Central Park which I just love.

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  29. theresanne says:

    …”We’ve gotten to know many of you over the last weeks and months, and developed many friendships… with politicians, can you believe it? And some really great people I have to say, mostly, mostly… a couple of bad ones, but that’s ok”… LOLOL’
    Pres Trump’s comment reminded me of Bilbo under the Birthday tree…

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  30. maiingankwe says:

    Yes! Our Second Lady, Karen Pence, wore the same dress when she went to comfort Scalise’s family with her husband at the Hospital. I am ever so proud of her for doing that. It shows we don’t have to wear a dress only once and then discard it like so many of the elite and Hollywood types do.

    I think this shows class, I really do. And hey, it’s a beautiful dress on her as well. She looks magnificent!

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    • BT in SC says:

      Thank you, maiingankwe! I said the same, above, about Mrs. Pence’s dress, that she’d just worn it [couldn’t remember where, though], and that it shows that she is a “normal, everyday” woman that doesn’t have a gazillion bucks to spend on high-end designer wear… I, too, appreciate that she can do so, and be so comfortable with herself in doing that. Just like a lot of us… We wear the same dress more than once!

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  31. TwoLaine says:

    “in the end we won”

    Did you hear TRUMP say it in the F & F interview with Ainsley at the picnic yesterday?

    #Covfefe

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  32. The Boss says:

    Just a nit….
    Why was the music cut off from the video?
    Hail to the Chief, for instance, was not in the audio.
    Was there an audio engineer with an attitude involved in production?

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  33. daughnworks247 says:

    Beauty and confidence start on the inside. It helps to have super genetic material but a black heart is always ugly. Think about Julia Roberts “laugh” or a pic of Melania with a baby. You can’t FAKE that kind of genuine warmth.

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  34. Old CrewDog says:

    You have all said so many wonderful things, better than I can. We are indeed blessed to hav ethis first family; its a shame so many people can’t see past the lies they’ve internalized over the last eight years to realize it.

    I cannot begin to describe the relief I feel at having adult leadership once again. And to know without question that we are being led by real, truly genuine AMERICANS.

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  35. tsmifjones says:

    God bless President Trump and his family, and let his wrath upon those who are evil..

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