Ourismans’ Fete at Café Milano Caps Inauguration Day

Energy secretary nominee Rick Perry and his wife Anita greet Ann Hand (center), creator of the President Donald Trump inaugural pin.
Robert Devaney
Energy secretary nominee Rick Perry and his wife Anita greet Ann Hand (center), creator of the President Donald Trump inaugural pin.

Ambassador Mary Ourisman and her husband Mandell invited some special guests — such as Sen. Roy Blunt (R-Missouri) and Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Florida) — to celebrate President Donald Trump at an “Inaugural Afterglow Party” Jan. 20 at Cafe Milano. The festive night, with several hundred attendees, was proclaimed by quite a few to be just about the best party of the week. Ann Hand’s Trump pin was the party favor.

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