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Trump’s entourage including Kellyanne Conway, Steve Mnuchin and Mick Mulvaney check out of their five-star London hotel after state visit laden with hampers from luxury British brand Fortnum & Mason
President Donald Trump’s entourage were spotted leaving their five-star London hotel after stocking up on luxury Fortnum & Mason hampers following a three-day state visit.
Trump’s advisers, cabinet members and aides were pictured checking out of the InterContinental hotel on Park Lane in Mayfair on Wednesday.
White House counsel Kellyanne Conway and secretary of treasury Steve Mnuchin were among those spotted leaving the lavish hotel.
White House counsel Kellyanne Conway and secretary of treasury Steve Mnuchin were among those spotted leaving the InterContinental hotel on Park Lane in London on Wednesday
Some aides were spotted carrying hampers from the upmarket department store Fortnum & Mason as they left the hotel lobby
Acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney, National Security Advisor John Bolton, Trump’s social media director Dan Scavino and speechwriter Stephen Miller also left the hotel at various times.
Some aides were spotted balancing hampers from the upmarket department store Fortnum & Mason, which can range in price from $65 to $1,200, as they left the hotel lobby.
They contain everything from fine wine to truffles, jams to biscuits and cheeses.
The U.S. Secret Service’s technical security division were pictured hauling equipment into waiting vehicles, while a huge crate marked ‘presidential food service’ was carted out of the hotel.
U.S. taxpayers shelled out millions of dollars on various rooms at a number of London hotels over the course of Trump’s visit with his family and entourage.
The government spent about $1.3 million on accommodation and back-up generators at the InterContinental hotel, according to contracts placed by the U.S. State Department.
One of Trump’s aides was pictured getting onto a waiting coach carrying a luxury Fortnum & Mason hamper
Acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney and Trump’s social media director Dan Scavino also left the hotel and boarded a waiting bus
National Security Advisor John Bolton left the hotel carrying a notebook on Wednesday. He also sported brown tasseled loafers – a breach of British shoe etiquette that men do not wear ‘brown in town’
Next stop France: Hardline immigration aide Stephen Miller appeared not to have been shopping and his bags were labeled for the trip to Caen, near the Normandy beaches where Trump willmark the 75th anniversary of D-Day
Off we go: Emma Doyle, the White House principal deputy chief of staff, was also at the dinner hosted by Donald Trump at the U.S. embassy in London on Tuesday night before packing up and heading out of London on Wednesday
Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner, Eric Trump and his wife Lara, Donald Trump Jr. and Tiffany Trump have all been spotted out publicly at events with their father during the three-day visit.
Trump and his wife Melanie flew from London to Portsmouth in southern England on Wednesday for events to commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day with other world leaders, including Queen Elizabeth.
The president and first lady were then scheduled to fly to Ireland for a one-day visit.
Trump’s daughter Ivanka flew from London to The Hague in the Netherlands early Wednesday for a Global Entrepreneurship Summit.
The four eldest Trump siblings, in addition to their spouses, have spent the past few days giving a behind the scenes glimpse at their London trip by documenting it on Instagram.
A huge blue crate marked ‘presidential food service’ was carted out of the hotel on Wednesday
The U.S. Secret Service’s technical security division were pictured hauling equipment into waiting vehicles
The government spent about $1.3 million on accommodation and back-up generators at the InterContinental hotel, according to contracts placed by the U.S. State Department