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First Lady Melania Trump gardens at the White House

First Lady Melania Trump gardens at the White House

Melania Trump is set to take her biggest step yet as first lady. She also asked the children about their favorite foods and stressed the importances of eating lots of vegetables and fruits. "It is part of healthy living".

She regularly held events in the garden and wrote her first book, American Grown, about her experience of planting. They smiled broadly when realized how easy it was to pull the vegetables straight out of the ground. Before the Obamas left office, she added a couple of permanent structures, including an archway, a seating area - and an engraved stone commemorating her 2009 founding of the garden.

Melania Trump is heading out to the White House garden to do some planting and harvesting.

"So, when she leaves the plane, we're going to Texas where they have the hurricane", Trump said.

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"Nice", Trump said, admiring a large okra.

Trump, hosting the other spouses of world leaders, called on the group to help her with her cause to assist children all over the globe. The crew also planted a number of vegetables including, cabbage, cauliflower, turnips, carrots, kale, spinach and lettuce.

The president experienced his own viral moment Tuesday after the White House chief of staff John Kelly was photographed looking exasperated during the speech, covering his eyes with his hand and looking downward, prompting White House press secretary Sarah Sanders to address the moment on Fox & Friends Wednesday.

The Slovenian-born former model paired the look with matching red gardening gloves and square turtle-shell sunglasses, as well as casual navy blue skinny trousers - cropped at the ankle, a favorite style of the First Lady's - and blue, lace-up sneakers.

"It was time to harvest/plant so she wanted to be able to include children in the process ... it is such a good educational tool, and what an unbelievable experience for the kids", Stephanie Grisham, Melania Trump's communications director, wrote in an email, according to The Washington Post. "It is such a good educational tool, and what an wonderful experience for the kids".

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