Little Girl's Dream Of Seeing White House And Meeting Trump Will Come True

According to IJR and the National Parks Service, any tours of the White House can only be requested by a congressmen or congresswoman. Now, a young girl has penned a heart-warming letter to President Trump, politely asking the Commander-in-Chief if she would be able to meet him and have a tour of the White House.

Mackenzie Kroger, a 7-year-old girl from Dalton, Georgia, was ecstatic when she found out that she might be able to visit the White House if she contacted her local member of Congress. However, Mackenzie wasn’t comfortable with the idea of touring the White House without asking President Trump if it was okay to visit his home.

This is what Mackenzie wrote to President Trump:

"Dear President Trump, I'm writing to tell you how much I appreciate all you're doing. I think you're an awesome President."

"In fact, I voted for you in my school election. My mom is bringing me to D.C. on spring break this year, and I'm very excited. I've never been there before, and I can't wait to see everything.

I am most excited to see the White House. My mom said we have to write someone to ask to come in, and I hope we can. I know you're a busy man, but if you could meet me, or at least see your office, it would make my day. And I would love to shake your hand.

You're our leader, a hero, and a great man, and I can't wait to see you and help make America great again. Sincerely, Mackenzie, you're biggest fan.

P.S. If you would like, I can bring something to eat when I come. I've always heard food brings people together."

After several days of anxious waiting, Mackenzie and her family finally received word from the White House. Luckily for the young girl, President Trump had read her letter and was touched by her kind words and considerate attitude. Later that day, the White House Press Secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, announced that Mackenzie and her family had been invited to a tour of the White House. Ms. Sanders also added that she would like to have the honour of personally hosting the Kroger family’s tour.

As Mackenzie’s excitement mounted, Ms. Sanders disclosed that, as long as he was in the White House during the Kroger family’s visit, President Trump would love to meet the 7-year-old girl and get to know her better.

The White House Press Secretary also acknowledged Mackenzie’s final statement, revealing that – although the sentiment was appreciated – there was be no need to bring food to the White House because the Kroger family would be given lunch in the West Wing’s Navy Mess.

A video of Ms. Sanders’ announcement has gone viral and online commenters are already praising Mackenzie for her patriotism and kindness. During an interview with WRCB, the adorable young girl admitted that she was planning to bring Leah Clark, an American Girl doll, and her teddy bear to the White Hour tour.

Source: Independent Journal Review
Photo: Facebook

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