‘Melania Trump made the Easter Bunny strip’ when she didn’t like her outfit, book says

Melanie TrumpMelania TrumpTrump makes a “tomahawk cut” at the World Series game in Atlanta The White House will not host a Halloween event for children due to Biden’s travel plans. once forced the White House Easter Bunny into a last-minute wardrobe change, seemingly causing the holiday figure to “undress” in order to mend a perceived fashion snafu.

In his revealing “I’ll answer your questions now,” released this week, the former White House press secretary Stephanie GrishamStephanie GrishamGrisham believes Trump will run in 2024 and have no “safeguards” preview of Sunday broadcasts: Senate votes to raise debt ceiling; Facebook whistleblower blows up business during testimony from CNN’s Brianna Keilar, Admiral Giroir argue over Trump administration’s COVID-19 response MORE recalls that Trump was obsessed with hosting the 2017 Easter Egg Roll at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., which traditionally draws thousands of families to the South Lawn.

“Paying attention to every detail, she even scrutinized the Easter Bunny,” Grisham wrote of the then first lady, a former model.

“As the costumed guy was about to go out to the balcony to greet the children, a frown crossed the first lady’s face,” Grisham’s book says.

“I don’t like what he’s wearing,” Trump said, looking at a plaid waistcoat the life-size hare wore.

“She felt like it was cheesy and distracting,” Grisham said.

“So and there, just minutes before he hopped onto the White House lawn, Melania Trump made the Easter Bunny gang,” according to Grisham.

News organizations at the time noted the absence of the Easter Bunny vest, worn in some previous appearances at the White House Spring Party.

While the plaid number may not have been a hit with Trump, it made a comeback last year for the Biden administration’s first Easter Egg Roll.

In 2020, the Easter Bunny could be seen wearing an unchecked brown vest and face mask, amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Alicia R. Rucker