The MSM, who never attended any Obama event that wasn’t wonderful, was highly critical of the first Trump Easter Egg Roll. The low whine started weeks ago with the press complaining that an “understaffed” White House was “unorganized” and “got a slow start planning the party.” And then, when it seemed to come off without a hitch yesterday they harped on “the noticeably delayed preparation, reportedly low attendance, and now-predictable Trump gaffes.” Like when Melania nudged the President to put his hand over his heart during the National Anthem.
And Salon even complained that “Children saw Idina Menzel (who?) and Beyoncé at Obama’s last Egg Roll. This year they’ll see a family band from Nashville” – as if that’s a bad thing.
Well, if you say so.
Anyway, the kids at the Easter Egg Roll seemed oblivious to the Press’ criticism.
And as far as I know, there were no gate crashers at the first Trump Easter Egg Roll, as there were at the Obama first State Dinner. Remember reality show celebrities Tareq and Michaele, who embarrassingly were able to crash the gate at the Indian State Dinner in 2009? Nobody complained about how unorganized that was.
Nor how potentially dangerous it could have been had they harbored some nefarious intent beyond celebrity.
And then there was the complaint that instead of shooting baskets President Trump colored with the kids,
After all, the most intelligent President ever elected was always whacking balls around.
But then, PDJT doesn’t have to prove to anyone that he’s got balls.
One last, OT, item: once again Google couldn’t be bothered to note Easter Sunday, a day celebrated by millions of Christians worldwide, despite having celebrated any number of other obscure people and things as noted by Milo:
And today they celebrate what would have been the 98th birthday of self-made business woman Esther Afua Ocloo who made marmalade and orange juice in Ghana.
BFD: my Mom made marmalade and orange juice too, in her kitchen.