Published: Fri, April 21, 2017
Global Media | By Meredith Barber

139th White House Easter Egg Roll Offers Fun, Games To Kids

139th White House Easter Egg Roll Offers Fun, Games To Kids

This year's edition of the Easter Egg Roll saw most of the President's family and approximately 21,000 others invited to the White House's South Lawn to help celebrate the 139-year tradition.

The Easter Egg Roll dates back to 1878 and the presidency of President Rutherford B. Hayes.

It's an event at the White House that brings out thousands of families for fun, colorful eggs, and a few games. Just read through these tweets about the White House Easter Egg Roll, which are as amusing as they are eye-opening.

But good news, once the school year ended, the little boy and his mother, who would live very badly his role of First Lady, will therefore put their suitcases at the White House.

Trump was accompanied by his wife, Melania, and 11-year-old son Barron. They also visited various stations around the event, which include a reading nook, a cookie-decorating station, an egg-dying station, an art wall, and a table where guests can write notes to military troops and veterans.

The first lady "has been directly involved" in preparing the White House ahead of her arrival this summer, a White House aide told United Press International.

In the footage, the United States president signs the red cap with a black marker before throwing it into a swarm of supporters. She has been working on this for a long time to make it flawless and we wanted to keep it just right, but before she speaks, I want to congratulate her on this wonderful day we're going to have.

Trump did not deviate far from the traditional message, as he stood next to the Easter Bunny and thanked his wife for her hard work in organising the event.

If media accounts are any indication, the 139th White House Easter Egg Roll seemed doomed from the start.

Speaking on Monday at the popular "egg-stravaganza", Trump said: "we will be stronger and bigger and better as a nation than ever before". (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster) Colored Easter eggs are ready to be used during the White House Easter Egg Roll on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, Monday, April, 17, 2017.

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