President Trump tweets Mother's Day message

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President Donald Trump was seen golfing for the second time in Sterling, Virginia near Washington DC on Mother's Day Sunday.

Melania Trump, who he did not mention specifically in his Mother's Day tribute, posted a photo of pale pink roses with the caption 'Happy Mother's Day!'

"Melania has very low expectations for her husband to deliver any fantastic gifts for Mother's Day after he completely failed at her birthday", the unnamed source told the celebrity news outlet.

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Trump says, "So much of what I've done and so much of what I've become is because of my mother. It's a special opportunity to thank all the mothers and grandmothers in our lives", Donald Trump said in a video tweet.

In the video, Trump notes his mother came to the United States from Scotland and was married to his father, the late Fred Trump, for many years.

"It takes an incredible amount of strength, a lot of time, a generous amount of patience, and all of our love", she said. Warm. Loving. Really smart.

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Donald Trump's plans for Mother's Day apparently don't include spending the afternoon with his wife. But basically she was a really nice person.

Stewart, who calls his daughter Mila for short - "in public, I don't like to yell her name out loud" - advises parents to think twice. As expected, those who oppose the president and first lady didn't hold back [VIDEO] their thoughts.

Melania did wish everyone a Happy Mother's Day on her own social media accounts. Notably, Trump's 2017 Mother's Day message did mention Melania.

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"Empty words from the dotard in charge!" a Twitter user wrote. "Happy Mother's Day to my unbelievable Mom, Nancy Fritsch, to my wonderful wife, Karen (the best Mom 3 kids could ever have!) and to all of America's incredible Moms!" "I'm sorry your husband doesn't want to be with you on Mother's Day. oh, or did he ask what you wanted and you said, 'for you to leave?'" a Twitter user replied to the first lady.