Trump Teases Melania Birthday Gift During Interview, Says ‘I May Get In Trouble’

On Thursday, the presidential family is celebrating the 48th birthday of First Lady Melania Trump. As any husband knows, not getting a birthday gift for their wife can have some adverse affects in the home – the President of the United States is not even exempt.

President Trump was asked about the birthday gift during a morning interview with Fox & Friends. Amid a busy week for Trump, he said he personally got Melania a card and some flowers. The president was hesitant to reveal more about the gift because, as he said, he “might get in trouble.”

Per Daily Mail:

Calling into Fox & Friends Thursday morning, President Trump said the date was special because it was his wife, Melania Trump’s, birthday. She turns 48 today.

That caused the inevitable question to be asked: what did you buy her as a birthday gift?

‘Well, I better not get into that because I may get in trouble,’ Trump told the show’s hosts. ‘Maybe I didn’t get her so much. I tell you what … I got her a beautiful card. I’m very busy to be running out looking for presents. I got her a beautiful card, beautiful flowers.’


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Trump also took the interview to applaud his wife’s help in hosting French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife, Brigitte.

“She did a fantastic job with France,” the president gushed. “I tell you what, the people of France are just, were spellbound by what happened, with their great president who just left, Emmanuel. And he is a wonderful guy.”

The meeting was the largest and perhaps most important event Melania has hosted in her capacity as First Lady.

Here’s more on the meeting, via Daily Mail:

Melania Trump took a hands-on approach to the planning of the administration’s first state dinner, choosing to have her small team handle the event instead of hiring outside party planning help, which past first ladies have utilized.

The dinner was small, intimate, with guests sitting in the state dining room under candlelight.

Guests were greeted by gold table setting, gold silverware, gold candlesticks, gold wine glasses, gold chairs – situated elegantly around puffs of green and white flowers.

At each of the place settings there was a menu, with the White House seal and the fleur-de-lis, which were also in gold.

Just outside the state dining room, the first lady went with a different theme, using some 1,200 cherry blossoms in giant black vases to greet the 120-some guests as they came in.

The meal included goat cheese gateau, tomato jam, buttermilk biscuit crumbles, young variegated lettuces would be served, along with a rack of spring lamb, burnt cipollini soubise and Carolina gold rice Jambalaya, with a nectarine tart and crème fraîche ice cream for dessert.

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