Another trick-or-treater came in an Obama-themed costume:
And he sang a bit of Prince’s “Purple Rain” to a boy dressed as the late singer.
Monday’s trick-or-treaters included children from schools in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia, as well as kids from military families. According to the White House, this year’s treats included White House Halloween cookies, Bo and Sunny baseball cards and Hershey Kisses.
Below, more photos from Halloween at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue:
This post has been updated with more details and photos from the event.
Also on HuffPost: Watch Barack And Michelle Obama Zombie Dance To ‘Thriller’
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