President Trump might not have time to watch TV, but he certainly has time to play fireman. On Monday afternoon outside the White House, while Vice President Mike Pence looked on, Trump hopped up in the driver's seat of a parked fire truck. "Where's the fire? I'll put it out," Trump said as he waved to onlookers. He also reportedly said that the truck was "beautiful."
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This marked the second time in Trump's presidency that he was photographed being in awe of a truck:
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The fire truck was one of many props parked at the White House on Monday for the Made In America Showcase, an event marking the beginning of the Trump administration's "Made In America" week. Later, Trump and Pence delivered speeches before a backdrop of American-made soda, guitars, cowboy hats, and baskets. Becca Stanek