White House to host Halloween event for children

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Donald Trump had fun interacting with a group of children of the White House reporters whom he hosted at the Oval Office ahead of his first Halloween Party as the U.S. president.

He also jokingly asked how the press treats them.

The president praised the youngsters "scary outfits" telling the media photographing the encounter: "These are lovely, wonderful children".

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"Wow, that's a scary outfit", the president told one little boy, leaning towards him over a vast, imposing desk. She is Japane-I'm gonna be in Japan in two weeks. So, you take out whatever you need, okay? He himself gave the answer. He predicted it's better than "anybody in the world".

These are handsome, wonderful children.

The White House Halloween Party will include "bats and orange pumpkins with profiles of past presidents", according to the release.

President Trump spent some quality time with the Halloween-costumed children of journalists in the Oval Office on Friday, and it went a little less disastrously than you'd expect. "Fog will fill the air, and the trees and south facade will be lit with different colors throughout the night".

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