Although in the end it all ended in laughter, the woman who alerted the agents said that she was filled with panic and fear: "There were two dogs and their trainers, about seven police cars, a lot of officers, two detectives and some sergeants in the scene".
The president played a game with a group of teenagers benefiting from a social program promoted by his government.
At first, Gerald was not far from any other gold fish, but then he ate several of his aquarium mates and required more space each time.
The animal had had a haircut to resemble the big cat.
Jim Acosta’s Wednesday went from bad to worse after the CNN correspondent fought with US President Donald Trump in front of the world's media, was accused of assaulting an intern, and then lost access to the White House.
As if to add insult to injury, security had some trouble extricating Acosta’s White House pass from his lanyard as he waited awkwardly before them, camera in hand.
One viewer of his video showed their empathy for Acosta’s very bad day at the office by adding a fittingly melancholic violin melody to the footage.
Standing out in the cold, night air and with a distinct air of pathos, Acosta filmed the cringeworthy encounter with a Secret Service agent. In a possible appeal for clemency, or perhaps just passing the time now that he can’t enter the building, the journalist explains that he’s reported from the White House for five years as the agent struggles with his lanyard.