- The Trumps got into the spooky spirit of Halloween on October 28, and decked out the White House with eerie trees, pumpkins and clouds of ghostly fog.
- The festivities took place three days before the House scheduled a vote on procedures for the impeachment inquiry into Trump (which will happen on the day of Halloween, October 31).
- Here’s a look at the festivities.
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The first family got into the spooky spirit of Halloween a few days early. The White House was decked with eerie trees, pumpkins, and clouds ghostly fog.
Children lined up to get candy and pose for photographs with President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump on the South Lawn on October 28. The festivities took place three days before Halloween — which is also the same day the House will hold a procedure vote related to the impeachment inquiry into Trump.
The president and the first lady handed out candy to military children and local schoolchildren as the Air Force Strolling Strings played “Thriller” by Michael Jackson, the theme song from “The Addams Family” and other Halloween-themed tunes, according to the Associated Press.
Here’s a look into the festivities:
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