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@KidBoy2 wrote:

MRS. TRUMP'S GREAT IDEA

 

So much to (correction) ado about nothing!

 


Indeed .... Mrs. Trump's ideas are worth "nothing'!

 

 

DUMP TRUMP AND DITCH MITCH TO MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!!!
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Of course, when Michelle did it, we had a recovering economy and stable leadership.  I seem to remember hearing about 150,000 Americans dying and a million Americans being infected due to lack of testing capacity and lack of contact tracking capacity.  

 

Well, it IS a Trump garden so we can be pretty sure the vegetables will all die and rot. Everything Trump touches fails. 

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MRS. TRUMP'S GREAT IDEA

 

So much to ado about nothing!

 

 

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_House_Vegetable_Garden

 

White House Vegetable Garden

 

White House Vegetable Garden

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Michelle Obama and chef Sam Kass plant the garden with the help of Bancroft Elementary School fifth graders in 2009.

The White House has had multiple vegetable gardens since its completion in 1800. Eleanor Roosevelt, Hillary Clinton and Michelle Obama all have had their own versions of vegetable gardens. Roosevelt planted the White House victory garden during World War II to promote the use of victory gardens by American citizens in a time of possible food scarcity. Hillary Clinton had a vegetable garden constructed on the roof of the White House. On March 20, 2009 Michelle Obama broke ground on the largest and most expansive vegetable garden to date on the White House lawn.[1]

The current garden is funded by a $2.5-million donation provided in 2016 by Burpee Seeds and The Burpee Foundation.[2]

 

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Another thread that is much to ado about nothing. 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

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As usual another trump bad plan...the Rose Garden is a tradition, how are they trying to screw it up now!

What is her next move, paint the White House black...it would be the equivalent of messing with the Rose Garden!

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@mimi0000 wrote:

I watched the president’s wife and the president’s daughter do their Marie Antoinette pantomime in the past and now Mrs. Trump announced she’s decided that this is an excellent time to redo the White House rose garden.

She said in a statement issued by the White House, 

"The very act of planting a garden involves hard work and hope in the possibility of a bright future. Preserving the history and beauty of the White House and its grounds is a testament to our nation's commitment to the care of this landscape and our dedication to American ideals, safeguarding them for our children and their children for generations to come."  

 UGH!   HOW MUCH will her Garden cost the us taxpayers?

                                                                                     

                 How many more days?


Instead of planting flowers, she should help plant (bury) her husband's rapidly growing Trumpvirus dead as hospitals are running out of morgue space and placing Trump's victims in remote coolers!

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I watched the president’s wife and the president’s daughter do their Marie Antoinette pantomime in the past and now Mrs. Trump announced she’s decided that this is an excellent time to redo the White House rose garden.

She said in a statement issued by the White House, 

"The very act of planting a garden involves hard work and hope in the possibility of a bright future. Preserving the history and beauty of the White House and its grounds is a testament to our nation's commitment to the care of this landscape and our dedication to American ideals, safeguarding them for our children and their children for generations to come."  

 UGH!   HOW MUCH will her Garden cost the us taxpayers?

                                                                                     

                 How many more days?

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