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A lot of presidential candidates will be eating at the White House this week, but there’s one food that they’re not.
The party food idea that seems to be most popular among presidential candidates.
Presidential candidates have been eating food with all kinds of flavors for years, but this year, the presidential candidates are also going to be making their presidential dinner a bit more complicated.
The idea is that the president will be getting his party’s food, but he’ll be able to order some food in the form of a cocktail or some other food with an added twist.
Candidates have been experimenting with different ideas to add to their presidential party food over the years, from serving a traditional Thanksgiving turkey to using canned and fresh fruit and vegetables instead of traditional meats and seafood.
This year, they’ll be trying a new take on the presidential turkey.
According to the White Hall Gazette, the president and vice president will take a trip to the Capitol for a Thanksgiving dinner.
The president and first lady will be serving traditional Thanksgiving dinner on Friday.
They will also host a special “couple-tribute” dinner featuring the president’s two daughters, one serving mashed potatoes, the other a turkey sandwich.
The president will also take part in a special Thanksgiving Dinner with the first lady, first lady Melania Trump, first daughter Ivanka Trump and first family members and aides.
The first lady is serving mashed potato and turkey sandwiches with a turkey dinner in addition to the Thanksgiving dinner, according to the Gazette.
President Donald Trump, left, and Vice President Mike Pence, right, have a Thanksgiving meal at the Capitol on Friday, Nov. 25, 2018.
A special dinner will be held on the White Capitol Lawn for President Donald Trump and Vice Pres.
Mike Pence and will feature a Thanksgiving turkey dinner, a special turkey sandwich, a dessert and a special photo op with the president.