Transcript for Ready to Roll: Behind the Scenes of the White House Easter Egg Hunt
we took note of this image tonight. The easter bunny, delayed. Pulled over on the way to a charity event because he wasn't wearing a helmet. The california highway patrol telling us they were concerned he shouldn't see with the floppy ears. He was back on his way a short time later. And just in time for another easter tradition. The one that will unfold tomorrow at the white house. Tonight, the easter bunny has one last address to get to. On pennsylvania avenue. Tomorrow, the 135th year children will fill the south lawn for the white house easter egg roll. It is wonderful to see all of you. Welcome. Reporter: And this evening, these images from inside the white house. The ovals, taking over the oval office. The easter bunny waiting. The white house bowling alley. The president in previous years explaining why the easter bunny's visit is nearly as important as any other dignitary. This is one of the greatest white house traditions, because it reminds us that this is the people's house. Reporter: This tradition goes way back. The egg roll at the white house on the monday after easter. This one, in 1903. The view from the balcony overlooking the south lawn. Bunnies big and small. The added games over the years. The may pole dancing here. Fdr welcoming so many families in 1939. The easter bunny surrounding nancy reagan, smiling wide. Some high level talks with president h.W. Bush. His son, though, with a more hands-on approach. There was president clinton showing off his tie. Hillary, impressed with his wardrobe. And tonight, this just in from the white house this year. Bo, guarding the eggs. Just waiting to be found. As a tradition prepares to roll
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