The first family got into the spooky spirit of Halloween a few days eary. The White House was decked with eerie trees, pumpkins, and clouds ghostly fog.
Children lined up to get candy and pose for photographs with President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump on the South Lawn on October 28. The festivities took place three days before Halloween — which is also the same day the House will hold a procedure related to the impeachment inquiry into Trump.
The president and the first lady handed out candy to military children and local schoolchildren as the Air Force Strolling Strings played "Thriller" by Michael Jackson, the theme song from "The Addams Family" and other Halloween-themed tunes, according to the Associated Press.
Here's a look into the festivities:
Spooky trees snaked up the columns of the South Portico of the White House.
Children lined up to receive candy from President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump.
The first lady marvels at the skeleton costume of a trick-or-treater.
The president, on the other hand, appears unfazed by the scary costumes.
The Trumps were met by children in a variety of costumes, including Captain America from 'The Avengers' …
… as well as Captain America's arch-enemy, Thanos.
Trump is seen putting a candy bar on the head of a child dressed as a Minion from 'Despicable Me.'
The Trumps smile at a visitor's costume of the ghost clown, It.
One child dressed as a butterfly appears to be running with her candy loot.
Another child dressed as a pumpkin seems to blend in with the display.
Soon, the sun set and the White House was illuminated in lights, emphasizing the Halloween decor.
Trump and two trick-or-treaters are silhouetted by the orange light.
The president and the first lady make their way inside the White House after handing out their candy.
And the visiting children go off to enjoy their newly earned treats.