Newswire: Trump’s inaugural Easter Egg Roll also set to end in disaster

We’ve already seen that the Trump administration has trouble with the simplest tasks, like pulling together a proper hat for St. Patrick’s Day, or creating a typo-free inauguration poster. So it’s not much of a surprise that the upcoming White House Easter Egg Roll, apparently the biggest WH social event of the year, also appears set for disaster. The New York Times reports today that the understaffed administration is woefully unprepared for Sunday’s event:

The evidence points to a quickly thrown-together affair that people close to the planning said would probably draw about 20,000 people—substantially smaller than last year’s Easter Egg Roll, which drew 37,000—and be staffed by 200 volunteers, one-fifth of the usual number. These people spoke on the condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to describe the plans for the Easter Egg Roll, which are still evolving …

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