Speed Reads

let's check in on the egg roll

A child asked Trump to sign his hat. Trump did — then threw it into the crowd.

The annual White House Easter Egg Roll has been described as a "test" for the chaotic Trump household, with one official calling it the "single most high-profile event that takes place at the White House each year." In what was perhaps a premature evaluation, The Washington Post characterized this year's event as going off "without a hitch."

That was all before President Trump signed a child's hat — then absentmindedly tossed it into the crowd as the child screamed "noooooo!"

"Here you go, kids!" a jolly Trump shouted. Jeva Lange

Update April 18: A new camera angle might suggest Trump returned the hat to its rightful owner after all. Judge for yourself.