Politicians and celebrities are sharing the most hilarious moments from the White House as the Trump administration continues to take shape.
Here’s a look at 10 quotes from around the country that have made headlines:The President and First Lady are hosting the first White House Correspondents’ Dinner on Thursday night.
Trump has already signed two executive orders, including a ban on travel from seven Muslim-majority countries and an order barring citizens of those countries from entering the United States for 90 days.
The President, Vice President Mike Pence, and the First Lady have been at odds over the first 100 days of their tenure, with Trump accusing Pence of not being able to “do his job” and Pence saying he doesn’t want the President to “sit in a hotel room with his daughter.”
The President’s administration has struggled to put together a national strategy on how to address the crisis.
A new report by the Congressional Research Service shows that Trump has been working on an executive order for months that would allow his administration to sue companies that use a “de facto or mandatory ban on Muslim immigration.”
Vice President Mike Flynn has been accused of pressuring the FBI to change the way it handles cases involving alleged Russian interference in the 2016 election.
The President has said he has no knowledge of the situation.
Biden has reportedly been receiving a “frequent stream of requests from the administration for advice and guidance on the issue of Russian interference.”
The Vice President has not commented on the matter.
First Lady Melania Trump has also been receiving questions on her husband’s health and has been receiving medical treatment, the White Trump Organization said in a statement.
In a statement, the President has been “monitoring his condition and responding to his needs and requests in an ongoing and effective manner,” but has not been diagnosed with a disease.
Mitt Romney, who won the White Houses 2012 and 2016 presidential elections, said that he believes President Trump is being treated well and that he is “not being treated like some sort of zombie.”
The first lady told The Washington Post on Friday that she is receiving treatment for a “very serious condition” and that she expects to return to work by the end of the month.