President Trump made a surprise visit to his reelection campaign’s office in Rosslyn around lunchtime today.
The president was accompanied by his son-in-law and advisor Jared Kushner, and campaign manager Brad Parscale. For about an hour he took meetings and greeted campaign staff, congratulating them on a more than $60 million fundraising haul in January.
Arlington County Police assisted with the motorcade from the White House to the campaign office.
Trump posed for a photo with staffers, who work out of what’s been described as a “Republican National Committee annex” in “a glass-skinned tower overlooking the Potomac River.” The address is not publicly available.
"Motorcade arrived at the RNC Annex Office in Arlington, VA at 11:31am. Your pooler is told POTUS is here for meetings and to thank campaign officials. … Sr. WH advisor Jared Kushner and campaign manager Brad Parscale were seen departing the White House with POTUS."
— JM Rieger (@RiegerReport) February 13, 2020
POTUS has made a surprise visit this morning to the RNC's Annex Office in Arlington for meetings and to thank campaign officials. It was not on his daily public schedule/press guidance.
— Elizabeth Crisp (@elizabethcrisp) February 13, 2020
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