President Donald Trump jumped into a fire engine on Monday that was parked outside the White House.
The fire engine was being shown alongside other products made in the United States as part of the Trump administration's "Made in America" week.
Trump appeared to jump with ease in and out of the engine while Vice President Mike Pence walked next to the engine. Trump seemingly enjoyed his time in the driver's seat of the engine as he looked around.
"Where's the fire?" Trump joked with Pence. "Put it out fast."
White House press secretary Sean Spicer could be seen in the reflection of the engine's side mirror recording the event on his cell phone.
The fire engine was made by Pierce Manufacturing, Inc., based out of Appleton, Wisconsin.
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