Donald Trump Jr. Attends Fourth of July Event With Kimberly Guilfoyle in Their First White House Visit as a Couple
The pair attended the Fourth of July White House picnic for military families.
Romance was in the air in Washington on the Fourth of July as Donald Trump Jr. brought his new girlfriend, Fox News host Kimberly Guilfoyle, to the White House for its Independence Day picnic for military families.
It was their first official White House visit as a couple as they attended the annual event, which is hosted by the president and first lady.
It was confirmed last month that Trump’s eldest son was dating the Fox News personality following the separation from his wife, Vanessa, after 13 years of marriage.
Trump Jr. posted an animated gif of his dad on Twitter Wednesday that featured his dad on a tank with the Trump family logo and the American flag, fireworks and a helicopter flying behind him.
"Actual live footage of @realDonaldTrump right now," read the image's caption.
During the fireworks show, the president and first lady watched from the White House balcony. They held hands and he pulled her close, kissing the top of her head.
Trump shared photos of the tender moment on Twitter.
At another Fourth of July event, however, the first lady found herself slammed over a pervious fashion choice.
The Kennedy family made their own version of Melania’s now-famous Zara jacket emblazoned with the words, "I REALLY DON'T CARE, DO U?" Each member of the Kennedy clan wore similar jackets, all saying "I REALLY DO CARE" on the back.
The family members wore them as they marched in the Hyannis Port, Mass., Independence Day parade.
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