Collman said she didn't know what "marginal" meant but agreed with Trump.
She responded, "Yes, sir", and Mr. Trump added, "Because at 7, that's marginal, right?"
The Post and Courier tracked down Lloyd who declared that, yes, she did believe in Santa and told the President that. Although she knew she was talking to POTUS, she told the Post and Courier, "It wasn't really (nerve-wracking), I just had to think of what the truth was".
The child who President Trump queried about their belief in Santa Claus has been identified as a 7-year-old SC girl who, yes, still believes in jolly old St. Nick. A staffer who answered asked Collman if she wanted to talk to the president.
Marginal? Well, it certainly is now you've effectively told me that he's not real, so thanks mate.
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However, Rohit Sharma and Ajinkya Rahane (34) managed to put on 61 either side of the Tea interval to stretch India's total. During the 2nd Test against India at Perth, he was heard asking Murali Vijay whether he "likes" his captain as a person.
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She participated in last year's Christmas celebrations, despite not being married to Harry at the time. The Queen arrived earlier to cheers from the crowds but her husband, Prince Philip, did not attend.
She says "yes, sir", once more - and then an adult in kitchen quickly tries to change the subject, imploring the other kids in the room to say hi to Mr. President. "I was very impressed with the phone call".
The NORAD calls came after Trump spent the day "all alone" in the White House, tweeting amid a falling stock market and a government shutdown of his own doing.
"It made her Christmas", she added. He also said he believes Trump's remarks have been "blown out of proportion and unfairly politicized", according to BuzzFeed. My family's in Florida, Palm Beach, and I just didn't want to go down there and be there when other people are hurting.
One person who did have something negative to say about Trump was former longtime CBS News anchor Dan Rather.
He assailed the Federal Reserve for raising interest rates, railed against Democrats who refuse to fund the wall he wants to build on the US-Mexico border, and blasted the investigation into his campaign's ties to Russian Federation, among other regular targets.