South Bend Woman's Quilt For Pres. Trump Delivered to White House
SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- A quilt made for President Trump by a South Bend woman has made it to the White House.
Betty Alexander, 85, has been quilting for decades. She made her most recent quilt with the wish that it might one day reach the president.
She told the South Bend Tribune last month, "When I was thinking ‘who’s this quilt going to be for,’ the Holy Spirit just told me it should be for President Trump."
When Betty reached out to Senator Todd Young and told him about the quilt, he stepped in to make her wish come true.
Betty Alexander from South Bend made a beautiful quilt for @POTUS & enlisted my help getting it to the @WhiteHouse. I’m looking forward to delivering it to the President. https://t.co/m0D3LxVRo8 pic.twitter.com/9F0T9WvkJS
— Senator Todd Young (@SenToddYoung) September 13, 2018
Sen. Young called Thursday to let Betty know that her red, white, and blue quilt would be delivered to the White House on Friday.
Betty says she loves President Trump and hopes that her quilt will remind him of his mother, Mary Anne MacLeod Trump, who passed away in 2000.
(Photo by Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images.)