Obama can’t handle the cuteness at White House Halloween party

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Baby in Popemobile takes honors at White House Halloween party.

Washington — A toddler dressed like the pope and pushed along in a popemobile got the top prize at President Barack Obama’s White House Halloween party. WASHINGTON: The White House on Friday welcomed flocks of costumed children to its annual Halloween event where President Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle, gave out candy and fruit bars.The president and first lady stood next to the circular drive-way, near the doorway to the residence, which was decorated with multi-colored pumpkins and black spider webs.The immaculately dressed tot — pushed around in his own mini-popemobile — was among hundreds of costume-clad schoolchildren and children from military families invited to trick or treat on the South Lawn, which was transformed into an enchanted forest. The White House’s South Lawn was turned into an “enchanted forest” with woodland creatures below, a skeleton swinging by trapeze overhead, and black-clad ghosts gyrating atop sway poles.

The first couple did not dress in costume, with Obama wearing a brown cardigan over a gray collared shirt, and Michelle in a multi-colored tee with black jacket. More than 4,200 people were expected at the event, where White House M&M candies, cookies, kettle corn, fruit bars and baseball cards featuring the first dogs, Sunny and Bo, were distributed. PHOTO: REUTERS Meanwhile acrobats, trapeze artists and jugglers entertained the day’s guests, local school children and military children, who were dressed as firefighters, princesses and various other characters. LAHORE: Reham Khan’s departure from Pakistan after her split from her husband PTI Chairman Imran Khan may have put a question mark on the minds of some about the fate of her film Jaanan’s production, but her co-producers are confident that its shoot will go on as planned, Dawn reports. “The film has successfully completed its first spell; the entire production team is currently busy planning for the second spell which should hopefully start in a month’s time,” informed her co-producer Imran Kazmi of IRK Films about the film’s current status. “As the popular phrase goes: ‘The show must go on’ — and putting all and any speculation to rest, I would like to say that this news will not affect the film in any manner whatsoever.” “Reham should be back soon,” he continued, “But despite the initial minor roadblocks and setbacks which every production faces, our team is now completely in sync; everyone has their assigned tasks and I’m proud to say they are proficient enough to handle all production-related issues in either Reham’s or my absence.” He added, “Our director Azfar Jafri, though concerned, is professionally unperturbed by this news and is currently working on creating the first-look teaser trailer for the film.

In Pennsylvania, Redner’s Market, a Pennsylvania grocery store chain, recently displayed a sign stating that minors are not allowed to purchase eggs between Oct. 24 and Nov. 1. When teens buy eggs this time of year, “there’s usually not a good outcome,” Pete Bourey, assistant store director in Ephrata, Penn., told Lancaster Online. Here are a few fascinating pictures of celebration: England fans wearing Halloween face paint wait for the start of the Rugby World Cup final match between New Zealand and Australia at Twickenham in London, Britain, October 31, 2015. PHOTO: REUTERS A woman walks down a stairway partially filled with decorations in the shape of carved pumpkins to celebrate Halloween in Shenyang, Liaoning province, China, October 30, 2015.

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