“I have never been so disgusted by a White House,” a woman said to me during our lunch at an Italian restaurant in Washington.
“It’s like the first time I ever went to the mall.
I’m like, ‘Why are you doing this?
What are you, a child?’
I’m not going to buy anything.
They are just so bad.
They look like an old man’s shoes.
It’s not good.”
This week marks the first full week since the inauguration that the president has not been in the White House.
As we chatted, he was still tweeting about a “very busy” day in the West Wing and the “incredible” “peaceful demonstrations.”
He’s also been spending the day in his White House office, tweeting and Instagramming selfies with the new “Pants & Tights” uniform set.
But we also found out that the new uniforms are not as simple as they seem.
While the Whitehouse has long been the first stop on his daily “working” day, Trump is also spending much of his time on weekends.
In fact, in the past, he has used the weekend to do his weekly social-media duties, which include tweeting on a number of topics, like the inauguration and his own “working life.”
The president even tweeted from the Oval Office on Friday, when he tweeted about his weekend, but that wasn’t all he did.
In addition to posting photos and videos on Instagram, he also spent time with his family, visiting golf courses and playing golf, all while still wearing his traditional dress pants and shoes.
As a result, we were left with a mixed reaction to the new White House uniforms.
Some were initially happy with the effort, but we were not so keen on the look of them.
While some of the new designs are quite unique and quirky, others are not so much.
There are also a few that are really, really ugly.
We can’t help but think of the “cute” shoes in the picture above, but they aren’t so cute if you’re still wearing your pants.
In the end, we’re happy to report that Trump is doing pretty well with his wardrobe decisions so far.
He still uses the old “white” uniform, and he still wears it to work, but he is making some changes.
In a new report, he’s also decided to replace the traditional dress uniforms with a more casual and relaxed look, and to put a little bit more money into making sure they are always in stock.
But this doesn’t mean that the uniforms are going to disappear anytime soon.
The president still has plenty of other stuff to do, and his aides are already looking into the new fashion trends.
The new uniforms will be part of his new wardrobe for at least a little while, and they are definitely worth checking out if you have the chance.
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