White House Rose Garden is getting a face-lift

DARLENE SUPERVILLE Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — One of the most famous gardens in America is getting a face-lift. Melania Trump on Monday announced details of a plan already underway to spruce up the White House Rose Garden, an iconic outdoor space famous for its proximity to the Oval Office. The current garden design has been around since the Kennedy years, but the first lady says a "comprehensive renovation" is needed after decades of use for weddings, state dinners and countless presidential news conferences, statements and Thanksgiving turkey pardons. She used the Rose Garden to announce her "Be Best" youth program in May 2018. Mrs. Trump said the redesign will increase the garden's "beauty and functionality" and blend the past with the present in "complete harmony." "P
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