A MINIATURE Melania and Donald Trump posed with the president and his wife during a trick-or-treating event at the White House.
In the photo, the little Trump look-alike wore a wig and a suit with an American flag pinned to his lapel and a red tie, donning a black coronavirus mask while the real POTUS smiled without one behind him.Donald and Melania Trump posed for pictures with two children dressed as them at the White HouseCredit: AFP or licensors The young boy and girl were pictured wearing masks while the real president and his wife did notCredit: AP:Associated Press The Trump look-alikes carried orange bags to receive candyCredit: AFP or licensors Donald and Melania Trump greeted kids at a Halloween event at the White HouseCredit: AFP or licensors The White House is seen decorated ahead of a Halloween celebrationCredit: AFP or licensors
“He likes the press,' the president said when posed for the picture.
Next to the boy, standing about six-inches taller, was a young Melania wearing an ivory colored dress and pearls around her neck while carrying her orange candy bag like a purse.
The real Trumps, who skipped handing out candy at this year’s annual Halloween celebration, walked out to Michael Jackson's song Thriller and waved at the children, Daily Mail reported.The Trumps posed for a photo with White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany, holding her 11-month-old daughterCredit: AP:Associated Press The Trumps arrived to give out candy to children while holding handsCredit: AFP or licensors Children in unicorn costumes were pictured meeting the president and first ladyCredit: AFP or licensors Donald and Melania Trump greeted a parade of children wearing costumesCredit: AFP or licensors Melania Trump speaks with a young girl at the White House during the eventCredit: AP:Associated Press The Trumps posed for a selfie at a Halloween event at the White HouseCredit: AP:Associated Press
Kids dressed skeletons and witches, and even a T-rex, marched past the first family in a costume parade while creepy tunes played in the background, the outlet reported.
Kayleigh McEnany, the White House press secretary, carried her 11-month old daughter dressed as a mouse to meet her boss.
Trump was also pictured giving the thumbs-up sign to many of the kids, even giving a double thumbs-up to a group wearing jerseys of New York sports teams.