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First lady Melania Trump will move to the White House

  • Written by Robert Woodward
  • Published in USA

First lady Melania Trump and the son Barron are expected to finally make their official move to Washington on June 14, some sources declared. “Her presence is not going to stop any investigations, but at a time when this particular presidency needs an air of stability, it might lend that,” said Katherine Jellison, a history professor at Ohio University.

Possibly Melania Trump’s parents, Slovenian Victor and Amalija Knavs, will be a familiar presence at the presidential family official residence, being expected to be involved to help care for Barron. It’s known that over the past few weeks Melanie Trump spent more time in the White House preparing the residence for the family. She was also present at many public events.

Trump-and-MelaniaPresident Donald Trump and his wife Melania

“I’m very happy she’s moving here,” said Sam Nunberg, a former Trump campaign aide, supposing that the first lady will have a good influence in many aspects at the White House. At this time, Trump speaks to his wife on the phone multiple times a day, calling her for advice and referencing her in conversations, Nunberg added. However, nobody expects to see  Melania too much involved in political activities even if she has personal opinions. She is a supporter of Israel and has publicly defended Trump’s Muslim ban. She received also appreciation from observers for her performance during participation at few presidential foreign trips. After all, Melania is a beauty and a special lady and it can be anticipated the interest of media in the future for her appearance and all activities.

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