When President-elect Trump took time from his busy schedule to attend a “heroes and villains” costume party this weekend, his costume had some wondering whether he was prom dress shops in london as a “hero” or “villain.”
The party, held on Saturday, was hosted by the Mercer family. The Mercers were one of the largest donors of Trump’s presidential campaign.
When Trump stepped from the vehicle to face a group of awaiting reporters, he was dressed in a dark suit, necktie and overcoat.
The president-elect made a point not to speak to the reporters. When one reporter asked who he was dress as, Trump silently replied, “me,” and gave a thumbs up sign.
He also refused to answer questions about his controversial phone conversation with Tsai Ing-wen, the president of Taiwan.
The Mercers began hosting the costume party in 2009 and it has become an annual event.
Rebekah Mercer, the daughter of the host and hostess, is a member of Trump’s transition team.
While Trump was the only member of his family to attend the party, his adviser Kellyanne Conway and chief executive officer Steve Bannon were also guests.
On Friday, Conway spoke with Bloomberg, at which time she called the event “the hottest ticket in town” and said she planned to attend prom dresses london as Steve Bannon.
She went on to call Bannon, “a villain to the media and hero to just about everyone else.”