Crawl of Duty: Ivanka Trump's Baby Son Moves on His Own for First Time
Ivanka Trump called baby Theodore's movements one of "many incredible milestones."
It was an adorable moment caught on tape as Ivanka Trump's 10-month-old son Theodore crawled for the first time while inside America's most famous address.
She wrote on Instagram: “There were so many incredible milestones this past weekend -- including one for baby Theodore who crawled for the very first time in the White House!”
The video comes as greater detail of Donald Trump's White House redecorating has been put on display in the Oval Office.
He replaced the circular carpet President Obama had, which bore inspirational quotes, to the rug used by Ronald Reagan. The curtains have also been changed from Obama's crimson to Trump's signature gold.
In his first interview since becoming president, Trump also showed ABC's David Muir the portraits of America’s greatest presidents — in his opinion — that he has put on the wall.
Surprisingly, among them is Andrew Jackson, the man responsible for creating the Democratic Party. Trump of course, is a Republican.
White House chief strategist has compared Trump to Jackson following the 45th president’s inauguration speech, calling it "Jacksonian."
He told The Washington Post: “It was an unvarnished declaration of the basic principles of his populist and kind of nationalist movement. It was given, I think, in a very powerful way. I don’t think we’ve had a speech like that since Andrew Jackson came to the White House.
“But you could see it was very Jacksonian. It’s got a deep, deep root of patriotism there.”
Meanwhile, Melania Trump's lawyer is firing back at comedian Chelsea Handler for saying the first lady can barely speak English.
"Shame on Chelsea Handler for attacking our first lady in such a despicable manner,” Trump's lawyer Michael Cohen told the New York Post. [She] speaks multiple languages, I believe five. How many languages do you speak, Chelsea?"
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