Melania Trump and Karen Pence visit Whataburger in Texas

Melania Trump and Karen Pence visit Whataburger in Texas

Melania Trump and Karen Pence visit Whataburger in Texas

First Lady Melania Trump and Second Lady Karen Pence will be visiting the Coastal Bend Wednesday to meet with families affected by Hurricane Harvey and the first responders who are part of the recovery effort.

Cecilia Abbott, wife of Texas Governor Greg Abbott, and Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush joined Mrs. Trump and Mrs. Pence at a Corpus Christi International Airport hanger.

Second lady Karen Pence and first lady Melania Trump at the Freedom Inaugural Ball on January 20, 2017, in Washington, D.C. The rest of their order is unknown (so far), but the tweets about the pit stop are quite a journey.

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The motorcade also stopped at a Whataburger, so the first and second ladies could grab lunch.

Officials in Texas approved.

Corpus Christi Police Department spotted them and commended their burger choice. Each time I travel to a community damaged by the storm, I am reminded of the resilience and character of the people of Texas, and I was proud to get to show that off today. They also visited the family's new Manufactured Housing Unit, provided by FEMA, which will serve as the family's temporary residence until they can move into a new, rebuilt home.

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Trump and Pence then met with a family in Rockport, Texas, whose home was destroyed in the storm.

"We love this!" the fast food chain responded.

The group also visited an elementary school in Aransas Pass and helped boxes meals at the food bank.

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