On June 8, 2016, President Donald Trump took office and was greeted by a sea of people, many of whom were celebrating their favorite holidays.
Trump greeted the crowd by holding up a picture of himself and the first lady Melania, his wife.
“I love this picture.
You know, you get to see me in this picture,” Trump said to the crowd, as the photo was taken.
“And, by the way, I got this.
You got to see it.
And this is a picture you will never forget.”
Trump also took a selfie with a crowd member wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat and another with a woman holding a Trump T-shirt.
The pair then posed for a photo with the President, who then shared the photo on Twitter.
“The First Lady was in attendance, but I will tell you, she had a great time.
She enjoyed the show and the fireworks and the great crowd and everyone who came,” Trump wrote.”
And the fact that I got to watch the fireworks from this very fine piece of land is something that I am very, very proud of.
This is what we do.
We do a lot of things that are special, you know?”
The picture on Twitter is a rare example of a president holding up the same picture during his first days in office.
Trump’s first tweet about the photo went viral, receiving nearly 1.3 million retweets and nearly 9 million likes.
The picture is not the first time the president has shared a photo of himself with a First Lady during his presidency.
Trump has tweeted pictures of himself standing next to First Lady Michelle Obama during the Obamas first trip to Hawaii in 2009.
“I was watching my TV and I see Michelle Obama standing there with her hand out,” Trump tweeted at the time.
“Well, you want to get a picture?”
“I think it’s a great picture,” he said.
“Michelle Obama has such beautiful hands, and it’s such a nice gesture to get her out of the way of something.
You can see her hands in the picture.”
As he was taking a selfie, Trump’s wife, Melania, took the photo and shared it with a few other people, including the president.
She captioned it: “He has been in our lives for a long time.
And I can’t wait to be back.”
The President also shared the picture on his Instagram account.
“First lady of the United States, First Lady Melania Trump, is standing on the steps of the Capitol, waving to the cheering crowd, with the First Lady, her husband, the Vice President, and other first family members.
The First Lady is very proud to stand with us.”
While the President is standing with his family, he is not holding a picture.
“We are not standing next door,” White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said during an appearance on ABC’s This Week.
“He is not standing in front of the First Family.
He is not facing the First House.”
On Tuesday, a photo posted by Trump on his personal Instagram account showed him posing next to first lady Michelle Obama and Vice President Joe Biden.
“Today I met with the first family of the country, including my wife, Michelle, and our daughter, Malia,” Trump captioned the photo.
“Their enthusiasm and passion for this country is incredible.
This was an honor.””
Our First Lady and her husband are so very proud.
She was very excited, as we were, when we saw the picture of them and we were all in the room,” Biden told ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos on “This Week.”
The first lady, however, was not in the photograph.
Biden’s press secretary, Josh Earnest, told reporters after the meeting that she was in the photo with Biden’s wife.
“The First Family is here,” Earnest said.
He said that Biden’s daughter, daughter-in-law and grandchildren were also in the meeting.
“There was no First Lady in the frame.
There was no Vice President in the portrait.
The portrait that we have was of a First Family member and a Vice President.”
The photo also comes amid a growing controversy surrounding the First Amendment.
Trump tweeted earlier this month that the First Presidency was “not very good at protecting the First amendment.”
The president has also been embroiled in controversy over his response to the deadly white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, in August.
Trump responded to the rally with the hashtags #NoBanNoWall and #UniteTheRight.
In addition to the president’s statement about the Charlottesville rally, he has since said that he did not think the white supremacists were Nazis, but that he thought they were protesting the removal of a statue of Robert E. Lee.