Melania Trump digs the healthy way of living

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First lady Melania Trump held her first event in the White House Kitchen Garden on Friday, donning a plaid shirt and coordinating red gloves to pull up leeks and plant kale along with children from a local Boys & Girls Club.

In this September 22, 2017, photo, first lady Melania Trump takes off her gloves after participating in an harvesting and planting event with the Boys and Girls Club of Washington in the White House Kitchen Garden on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington. "It is part of healthy living".

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Mrs. Obama added more permanent improvements to the garden before the 2016 election, giving it an archway, sitting area and a stone pathway. "I would certainly not read anything into that picture anymore than probably, just like the rest of us, we're exhausted trying to keep up with this president who's working hard every day trying to help America", she said. The children's ages ranged from 10 to 11 years old.

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"Nice", Trump said, admiring a large okra.

Working with the children, the first lady helped pull leeks out of the ground and dug holes for two little boys and a girl who were planting broccoli. She also spoke about her hopes of teaching children to treat others as they would want to be treated, despite the prevalence of bullying on social media.

They each left with a small bottle of White House honey - yes, the executive beehive is still in operation.

"It was time to harvest/plant so she wanted to be able to include children in the process ... it is such a good educational tool, and what an awesome experience for the kids", Stephanie Grisham, Melania Trump's communications director, wrote in an email, according to The Washington Post.

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