The Annual Easter Egg Roll is a White House tradition that dates back 138 years and draws some 35,000 visitors to the South Lawn each year. Today is the first Easter Egg Roll since Donald Trump became President, and this led some people to have concerns about the running of the event.
Last week, the New York Times reported that President Donald Trump's administration seemingly forgot about the annual Easter Egg Roll and didn't put in an order for eggs for quite some time. The company that makes commemorative eggs for the event had to reach out to the President on Twitter to remind them to place their order.
So, how did it actually go? Judging by these tweets, not very well.
The White House Easter Egg roll is the only event where Trump will let women decide what to do with their eggs.— Jeremy Newberger (@jeremynewberger) April 17, 2017
Breaking: Pence to make children pay for funerals for the eggs at the annual WH Easter Egg Roll stating "They're chickens, not choices."— MatzohNoSheTwitnt (@OhNoSheTwitnt) April 12, 2017
Whitehouse can't pull off an Easter egg roll.— CAG (@CGramstrup) April 12, 2017
I'm sure that North Korean thingy will be just fine.
The eggs for today's WH Easter Egg Roll were supplied by Olga's Chicken Farm. A nice family run business just outside of Moscow.— Sean Spicier (@sean_spicier) April 17, 2017
That poor bunny.