Donald and Melania Trump skipped passing out the candy at this year's Halloween celebration at the White House and waved to the trick-or-treaters instead at a down-sized event due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The first couple came out to the music of Michael Jackson's 'Thriller,' holding hands and waving to the crowd.
They did not wear face masks as they greeted the children, who walked in a line in front of them at the South Portico of the White House.
It was a parade of angels, astronauts, pirates, cartoon characters, skeletons, witches, unicorns and tyrannosaurus rex.
Spooky music - from the 'Game of Thrones' theme song to the 'Phantom of the 'Opera' - played in the background as costume parade marched by the first couple.
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The White House was lit up for the occasion with the Trump Balcony a glow. A giant 'Halloween 2020' sign hung from the South Portico balcony, leaves in the different colors of autumn circled the columns, and an array of chrysanthemums cascaded down the East and West staircase.
And, of course, there were many, many pumpkins.
A light mist fell as the children made their way through, adding to the festive atmosphere.
Most of the children and guests wore masks.
Social distancing measures were supposed to be in place but things got off to a rough start.
After the Trumps came out, the excited guests crowded around the first couple to take photo and photo until staff got them to move along.
'Move along, keep the line moving,' staff called as people stopped to take out their phones.
But, from there, things went more smoothly.
White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany brought her 11 month year old daughter, who was dressed as a mouse
President Donald Trump salutes a child dressed as a soldier
A group of unicorns stop to talk to the first couple
COSTUME PARADE: Children paraded by the president and first lady, who just waved instead of handing out candy due to the coronavirus pandemic
Children - in an array of costumes ranging from super heroes to scary - marched in front of the Trumps, some stopped to wave, some hid