First Lady Melania Trump visited a New York City hospital Thursday to read to children.
As part of “National Read Across America Day,” Trump read “Oh! The Places You’ll Go,” to a group of children being treated at New York Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center. The Dr. Seuss classic just so happens to be one of Barron’s favorites.
A Trump aide also delivered a box filled with an assortment of Dr. Seuss books.
“Do you know what is today? It’s reading day. So it’s reading day and I came here to encourage everyone to read, and to just think about books and what you want to achieve in life and just extend your horizon and think very, very outside of the box,” she told the children in the hospital’s pediatrics unit playroom.
— Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) March 2, 2017
Trump has visited the hospital, located on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, a White House Official told a group of journalists traveling with the first lady.
On Wednesday, while Trump was in Washington, D.C. to support her husband, President Donald Trump for his first joint address to Congress, she visited Children’s Health, a pediatric hospital in the nation’s capital.
— Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) March 1, 2017
Trump plans to move to Washington with 10-year-old Barron at the end of the school year.
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