- Three years after a woman, Ayisha Osori, visited the White House, she finally shared photos documenting the experience
- Ayisha said that she could not say she was there because of the person that was in power at the time - Donald Trump
- Many tweeps reacted, saying if the woman did not like Donald Trump then she should not have honoured the invitation
A woman, Ayisha Osori, has taken to Twitter to share her White House experience, a place she visited during Donald Trump's administration.
Ayisha said she visited the place three years ago but could not share the experience, suggesting that she did not want to identify with the former president.
Sharing four photos, the woman could be seen at different places in the house. In one of the snaps, she mimicked the posture of a painting on the wall. In another, she posed in front of a sculpture.
People who commented on her tweet found it hilarious that she was just posting about the trip.
See her post below:
Below are a few reactions her post got:
"Just mention the place & skip the year."
"Because Trump was President. Lol... Lol... Lol. Why did you honour the invitation at first?"
"Paradoxical. If you couldn’t say you were in the White House because of that person, it’s also best that you shouldn’t have gone to the White House knowing that the person was in power. See my point?"
"Couldn't say you were in the white house but you went there..."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that the new president of the United States, Joe Biden, honoured a Nigerian family resident in the country after they supported him during his election. He called and invited them to the White House.
In a touching video that has since gone viral, 12-year-old Josephine and her father spoke to the president and his first lady, the lovely Jill Biden.
During their lovely phone chat, the president asked the father where he is from in Nigeria. He also made other small talk with them and it was clear to see that the entire family was blown away by the encounter.
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