Trump’s Marine One is filmed covering the White House press corps in snow as it comes in to land

We know President Donald Trump has had a long-running feud with the news media, so he probably got some satisfaction when his Marine One chopper blew snow on the White House press corps as it landed back at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue on Monday.

Washington, D.C. was hit with between six and 12 inches of snow this past weekend, so there was a significant coating on the South Lawn of the White House at sundown on Monday.

That’s when Marine One, transporting the President after he returned from a trip to New Orleans to address farmers, touched down back home.

Incredible images show Marine One, carrying President Donald Trump, landing on the South Lawn of the White House, which was still covered with a blanket of snow as of Monday night

Incredible images show Marine One, carrying President Donald Trump, landing on the South Lawn of the White House, which was still covered with a blanket of snow as of Monday night

Incredible images show Marine One, carrying President Donald Trump, landing on the South Lawn of the White House, which was still covered with a blanket of snow as of Monday night

Marine One was transporting Trump from Joint Base Andrews in Maryland to the White House

Marine One was transporting Trump from Joint Base Andrews in Maryland to the White House

Marine One was transporting Trump from Joint Base Andrews in Maryland to the White House

Trump was making his return to Washington, D.C. after visiting New Orleans to address farmers

Trump was making his return to Washington, D.C. after visiting New Orleans to address farmers

Trump was making his return to Washington, D.C. after visiting New Orleans to address farmers

The snow is seen above as it's kicked up by the prop wash from Marine One 

The snow is seen above as it's kicked up by the prop wash from Marine One 

The snow is seen above as it’s kicked up by the prop wash from Marine One 

Marine One is seen preparing to land on the South Lawn of the White House as the sun sets over Washington, D.C. on Monday

Marine One is seen preparing to land on the South Lawn of the White House as the sun sets over Washington, D.C. on Monday

Marine One is seen preparing to land on the South Lawn of the White House as the sun sets over Washington, D.C. on Monday

In the process, it kicked up specks of snow – so much so that the White House press corps which waited for Trump to emerge was hit with a mini-snow shower.

Video footage of the landing was captured by Steve Herman, the White House bureau chief for Voice of America

Earlier on Monday, stunning images showed Marine One, which is the military code name for the Sikorsky VH-3D helicopter, landing on the South Lawn to take Trump to Joint Base Andrews for his trip to New Orleans.

The breathtaking images showed Marine One kick up a snowstorm with the White House in the background.

The force generated by the helicopter’s rotors created a gust of wind that kicked up the snow.

Trump used most of his speech Monday at the American Farm Bureau Federation’s 100th convention in New Orleans to justify his fight with congressional Democrats over the border wall he promised to build

Trump used most of his speech Monday at the American Farm Bureau Federation’s 100th convention in New Orleans to justify his fight with congressional Democrats over the border wall he promised to build

Trump used most of his speech Monday at the American Farm Bureau Federation’s 100th convention in New Orleans to justify his fight with congressional Democrats over the border wall he promised to build

Earlier in the day, Marine One kicked up snow as it took Trump from the White House to Joint Base Andrews

Earlier in the day, Marine One kicked up snow as it took Trump from the White House to Joint Base Andrews

Earlier in the day, Marine One kicked up snow as it took Trump from the White House to Joint Base Andrews

Amazing images show the White House in the background as Marine One kicks up a mini-snow storm

Amazing images show the White House in the background as Marine One kicks up a mini-snow storm

Amazing images show the White House in the background as Marine One kicks up a mini-snow storm

Marine One is the military code name for the Sikorsky VH-3D helicopter that transports the President

Marine One is the military code name for the Sikorsky VH-3D helicopter that transports the President

Marine One is the military code name for the Sikorsky VH-3D helicopter that transports the President

Marine One is seen above as it transports Trump to Joint Base Andrews for his flight aboard Air Force One to New Orleans on Monday

Marine One is seen above as it transports Trump to Joint Base Andrews for his flight aboard Air Force One to New Orleans on Monday

Marine One is seen above as it transports Trump to Joint Base Andrews for his flight aboard Air Force One to New Orleans on Monday

Washington, D.C. was hit with between six and 12 inches of snow this past weekend, so there was a significant coating on the South Lawn of the White House at sundown on Monday

Washington, D.C. was hit with between six and 12 inches of snow this past weekend, so there was a significant coating on the South Lawn of the White House at sundown on Monday

Washington, D.C. was hit with between six and 12 inches of snow this past weekend, so there was a significant coating on the South Lawn of the White House at sundown on Monday

In New Orleans, Trump sought to assure farmers that they will still be able to get the help they need if he builds a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border.

Trump used most of his speech Monday at the American Farm Bureau Federation’s 100th convention in New Orleans to justify his fight with congressional Democrats over the border wall he promised to build.

Trump says a wall is needed to stem illegal immigration and crime. Democrats disagree and say a wall would waste money and not solve the problem.

Trump says he understands that farmers need people to help with harvests. He says he’ll make it easier for immigrants to enter the country to work on farms.

Says Trump: ‘It’s going to be easier for them to get in.’ 

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