It’s a rare sunny Saturday morning at the White Houses residence.
The president, with his aides, is sitting in the executive suite of the White, and the mushroom hunt is on.
I ask him if he’s had any mushroom recently.
“No, I haven’t,” he says.
“But I know I have.”
A few days earlier, the White house announced that it would be holding a mushroom search this week, in an effort to find some new and creative ways to use the seasonal crop.
The White House is using the mushroom as a symbol of President Donald Trump’s commitment to environmental issues, and to help combat climate change.
A recent article in The Hill featured the president’s mushroom, which he described as “a little mushroom-like.”
A spokesman for the mushroom company that produces it, the Mushrooms, Inc., has said that it has not made any changes to its mushroom recipe since its announcement.
The company says the mushroom has been used in recipes for more than two decades.
I tell the president that my favorite mushroom, a mushroom called “Mushroom Coffee,” has mushroom flavor and is very tasty.
“You could use it in recipes,” he tells me.
“There are so many things you could use.
You could use a bean that you don’t even know what kind of bean it is, or you could go into a restaurant and use a mushroom that has mushroom in it.”
A White House spokesperson said in a statement that the mushroom search will continue through Monday.
But it seems like the president is a little ahead of the game.
He’s planning to have a big mushroom dinner for guests, with “hundreds of different kinds of mushrooms, and it’s going to be fun.”
But I’m not sure how fun it will be.
“Mountain dew” mushroom is also a favorite in the family, and President Ronald Reagan’s wife, Nancy, used it in a famous dinner at her husband’s ranch in the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
It was so popular that President George H.W. Bush made a similar mushroom, but it took longer to grow than the mushroom from the president.
In addition, President Barack Obama used the mushroom on his 2009 inaugural speech.
“In the year 2017, I’ve come to the Whitehouse to celebrate our mushroom tradition,” Obama said.
“And we’re excited to introduce a new and exciting way to enjoy this delicious, seasonal food.”
The White house has not released details on the White mushroom hunt.
The event is expected to last for several hours, and a mushroom stew will be served.
Some people may have to go outside and use hand sanitizer, the spokeswoman says.
But I suspect there will be plenty of fun, as mushroom season in the country is in full swing. The Hill