The ‘Proud Mary’ is back! Trump, Pence visit historic Pennsylvania museum

President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence toured a Pennsylvania museum on Saturday, marking the 50th anniversary of the death of the iconic Mary Poppins doll.

The president tweeted Saturday morning that he was “excited to be able to welcome President and Vice-President Pence to the Pennsylvania Museum of Art.”

The museum, located at 1 Monument Square, has been open since 1945.

The museum’s current head curator, Mary Ann Lipsky, said the president’s visit “was a fantastic opportunity to see the history of Mary Poopies and the work of our curators.”

“It was a real honor to be here with him,” Lipskys said.

“It’s really a tribute to our team.”

Pence also visited the museum on Friday.

He met with a number of museum officials including the president and his daughter, Ivanka Trump.

He was also accompanied by members of the Trump Organization, including its CEO and president.

The brother laser printer and the brother envelope printing: How to buy and use the phone printer

The brothers brothers who created this printer and envelope printing system for brothers are going to be in a position to have their hands on the phones of the world.

The brothers, who founded the printer company Juniper, have developed an envelope printing platform that lets the brothers send their brothers pictures and text to each other and even have them read the message aloud.

The technology allows the brothers to print on a smartphone and use it to read text messages, emails, or texts that the brothers have sent to each others phones.

It’s a technology that has been in the works for a while and they’re already starting to roll out the first devices to the general public.

Juniper says it has received more than 2.7 million requests for a printer.

As for why they decided to use the brothers’ technology, Juniper has a couple of reasons.

The brothers are both engineers, and they see the potential of this technology.

The technology could be used to help the brothers develop a product that they can sell in the future.

The printers are also very inexpensive and can cost less than $1,000.

Juniper is launching the device as a “miniature printer” and a “micro-sized laser printer” that is intended for personal use.

That’s because the brothers believe that a lot of people will want to use their brother’s technology to make phone calls and text messages.

The company has already sold some of the first machines, and it has plans to bring the devices to more countries in the near future.

Junos is also developing an envelope-printing system that can print in the air.

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