Published: Fri, December 08, 2017
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Melania Trump stopped at Whataburger while in Corpus Christi

Melania Trump stopped at Whataburger while in Corpus Christi

While in Corpus Christi, Texas, to meet with victims of Hurricane Harvey, first lady Melania Trump and second lady Karen Pence stopped for lunch at Whataburger and treated the press to fries, before jetting back to Washington, D.C.

Grisham has not yet responded to tweets from eager Texans asking what the First Lady ordered at Whataburger.

During the visit they are expected to hold a meet-and-greet with first responders who have played a role in the recovery efforts since the storm.

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White House Communications Director Stephanie Grisham tweeted a picture of Trump and Pence at a Whataburger in Corpus Christi Wednesday afternoon.

According to KZTV, Trump and Pence also met with several families whose home was destroyed during the hurricane and made a stop at an elementary school in Aransas Pass.

The Coastal Bend Food Bank played a vital role in the days and weeks that followed Hurricane Harvey by distributing food to families in need.

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The category four storm ravaged Texas in late August, killing at least 60 people. "While I am heartened by the strength and resilience of those impacted by the storms, I will continue doing all that I can to lend a voice and shine a spotlight on those who need assistance to rebuild and start new family traditions".

Many fans of the chain were excited to see the first lady visit the iconic burger brand. "Our thoughts and prayers remain with the people of Texas".

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