A White House Halloween!
President Trump and Melania welcomed trick-or-treaters, many of whom are from military families, to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue on Sunday evening to celebrate the upcoming holiday. Although the first couple opted for no costumes, the White House was decked out in decorations, which included a fog machine, jack-o-lanterns and rustic lights.
Trump and Melania, who was fall-ready in a plaid wool coat by from Italian designer Bottega Veneta's pre-fall 2018 collection ($4000), handed out Hershey's Kisses and Twizzlers to the children in candy boxes decorated with their signatures. Their orange candy bags were inscribed with "Made in America" at the top.
The annual White House Halloween celebrations date back to the Eisenhower presidency, when first lady Mamie decided to decorate for the holiday in 1958. The Kennedy administration was the first to open the White House doors to young trick-or-treaters from various organizations, like UNICEF.
For more on Sunday night's events, watch the video above.
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