President Trump Donald John TrumpBiden on potential candidacy: "I have the most progressive record" Left-wing Dems in Minority with New Approach to Spending the Washington Senate Passing Bill That Would Keep Trump Off From 2020, Unless He releases ROI MORE attended the Sunday morning service in St. John's Episcopal Church in Washington DC to mark St. Patrick's Day.
The president made the short trip to the church, located about two blocks from the White House via motorcade
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Trump makes a very rare appearance in the church for a regular Sunday worship service.
It's a sunny 44-degree day in March. He has a red tie on this St. Patrick's Day morning. pic.twitter.com/nRVdvrJZcM
– Jennifer Jacobs (@JenniferJJacobs) March 17, 2019
President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump Melania TrumpTrump is facing growing senate GOP backslash on Emergency Declaration Hills 12:30 report: Rourke jumps to the 2020 Brawl Hills Morning Report – Trump, Senate GOP Conflict over Yemen, Border Security MER Arrives at Sunday Service at St. John's Episcopal Church, Opposite White house in Washington. #church #trump pic.twitter.com/uSzmF9CKYS
– Al Drago (@Al_Drago) March 17, 2019
Trump had spent the hours leading to church tweeting criticism of late. John McCain John Sidney McCainMeghan McCain to Trump: Spend more time with your family instead of tweet Trump attacks John McCain over Obamacare repeal Overnight defense: Trump issues first veto on "ruthless" emergency resolution | Pompeo moves to limit international court crimes for war crimes | Trump Cranes Air Force General for NATO Commander MER (R-Ariz.), Urges Fox News not to discipline their hosts for urgent comments and criticize "Saturday Night Live".
CEO welcomed Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar to White House last week as part of the St Patrick's Day party. Trump participated in the Irish Irish lunch at the Capitol and participated in the traditional Shamrock Bowl presentation.
Trump does not often attend church services, but has previously done so to mark holidays such as Christmas and Easter. He last went to a service at the National Cathedral on Christmas Eve. He spent his vacation in Washington, D.C., rather than at his Mar-a-Lago resort at the Partial Government Closure.