First lady Melania Trump visits Harvey responders, dines at Whataburger

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During a trip to Corpus Christi, First Lady Melania Trump and Second Lady Karen Pence made a stop at a Texas staple: Whataburger. And if there's anything politicians (or in this case, politicians' spouses) love to do when they're on a visit, it's make a stop at a purveyor of local cuisine.

During their visit, Mrs. Trump and Mrs. Pence are also expected to speak to elementary school students and faculty who were affected by Hurricane Harvey.

Officials in Texas approved. She & Karen Pence dined at @Whataburger today with my wife the First Lady of Texas.

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But as they were leaving town, they stopped by Whataburger to see what all the fuss was about.

"The effects of the hurricane season are still being felt throughout southern portions of the United States and in Puerto Rico, and residents still need our help", Trump shared in a White House release.

Of course, Whataburger thanked the group for stopping by.

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The four spent time at the Signature Hangar with 40 to 50 first responders including members of the U.S. Army, Corpus Christi Fire Department, Rockport Police Department and Nueces County Sheriff's Office.

First lady Melania was impressed with the spirt of the Zamoranos as they confront the challenges of recovering from the hurricane. "The American chain opened its 1st restaurant in Corpus Christi, TX in 1950!" tweeted Stephanie Grisham, Mrs. Trump's director of communications, along with a photo of the women ordering their lunch.

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