‘I Don’t Know Prince Andrew,’ Trump Says. Photos Say Otherwise.
LONDON — President Trump denied on Tuesday that he knew Prince Andrew, the son of Queen Elizabeth II who has become entangled in sexual abuse accusations against the disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein. But photographs show they have met several times over the past 20 years. “I don’t know Prince Andrew, but it’s a tough story,” Mr. Trump told reporters while visiting London for a NATO meeting, adding: “I don’t know him, no.” Mr. Trump’s account“I don’t know Prince Andrew, but it’s a tough story,” Mr. Trump told reporters while visiting London for a NATO meeting, adding: “I don’t know him, no.
First lady Melania Trump made a surprise visit to New York Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center Thursday Dressed casually in a royal blue sweater, black pants and black stilettos and sporting a slightly shorter haircut, Trump also made time to pose for photos with patients during her visit .
First lady Melania Trump visited the Children ' s National Hospital in Washington, D.C., on Thursday, continuing a Trump then read “Oliver the Ornament” to children who are current patients . The holiday visit followed her interview with Fox News that aired Wednesday night, in which she shared
First ladycontinued a nearly 70-year-long tradition Friday when she made her annual visit to Children’s National Hospital where she met with patients, their families and nursing staff before reading them a children’s book.
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The surprising comments came while she was visiting Children ' s National Hospital on Thursday, continuing tradition of visiting the patients that has been U.S. first lady Melania Trump makes annual Christmas visit to Children ' s National Hospital in Washington, U.S., December 7, 2017.
WASHINGTON — Melania Trump underwent a medical procedure on Monday morning to treat what the White House called a “benign kidney condition” and In the late afternoon, the president flew by helicopter to Walter Reed to visit the first lady for about an hour before returning to the White House.
She is the latest in a long line of first ladies to visit the Washington, D.C. hospital, starting with Elizabeth "Bess" Truman, the wife of former President Harry Truman, over 60 years ago. Other first ladies who have participated in the tradition are: Jacqueline Kennedy, Eleanor Roosevelt and more recently, Michelle Obama.
During her visit, Trump stopped in a play room to visit with the young patients and participate in an art project centered on the upcoming Christmas holiday.
She spent extra time crafting with three children in particular: 8-year-old Brooke Hilton, 7-year-old Nathalia Vasseur Hoffman and 8-year-old Dwayne Salmon, to whom she offered words of advice and encouragement.
"Hi sweetheart, how are you feeling?” Trump asked Hilton. She continued to make small talk, asking the children when she walked in if they were ”Feeling strong?”
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Melania Trump is keeping up the first ladies' tradition of a Christmas visit to a children ' s hospital . She toured part of a neonatal intensive care unit at Children ' s On her visit , she also met families and their children who were treated there. The first lady then read a book to some current patients .
A radiant Melania Trump visited a children ’ s hospital earlier this month, continuing a tradition that has been carried out for many years. After touring the hospital , the first lady sat down with Santa and answered questions from a small group of patients before reading the “Polar Express.”.
The first lady then went on to ask if they had written to Santa yet.
“He’s so busy right now,” Trump said of Santa Claus. “You should write him this weekend.”
The children spent time reading quotes to her from Dr. Suess’ "Oh, the places you’ll go!"
After spending some time making paper snowflakes, the first lady and the children made their way to the main stage to join the crowd and commence the book reading.
This year, Trump read "Oliver the Ornament Meets Belle," the sequel to "Oliver the Ornament," which she read last year.
"Oliver the Ornament" is a seven-book series that celebrates the tradition and stories of Christmas ornaments. The story focuses on a little ornament who faces challenges, but is able to overcome all odds to save the day.
Joining Trump on stage were none other than Mr. and Mrs. Claus, as well as the book’s author, Todd Zimmerman.
Since launching "Oliver the Ornament," Zimmerman has donated over 3,000 copies of the book to hospitalized children and will be donating a percentage of profits from all books sold to various children’s charities.
Trump also toured the Surgical Care Unit and the Short Stay Unit to visit with patients, their families and the nursing staff.
Despite ‘Be Best’ Campaign, Melania Trump Stays Mum as Husband Mocks Greta Thunberg .
WASHINGTON — Melania Trump, who last year promoted anti-cyberbullying tips as part of her child-focused kindness campaign called “Be Best,” sidestepped any comment Friday on President Trump’s recent decision to mock Greta Thunberg, a 16-year-old climate activist, on Twitter. “‘Be Best’ is the first lady’s initiative, and she will continue to use it to do all she can to help children,” Stephanie Grisham, the White House press secretary, said in a statement first reported by CNN. “It is no secret that the president and first lady often communicate differently — as most married couples do.