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Hold On Your Seats, This Is The First Move Melania Trump Is Doing As First Lady!

Melania Trump concluded her first week as First Lady, and she was able to stunmany with her first doing on the position.

As it got reported by the Chicago Tribune Melania got latent after the inauguration, going back to New York only two days after the end of the inaugural balls to be beside her 10 year-old son Barron, who is still going in a private school in the city and only for that reason.

A talk has been spread that Melania is latently constructing her staff, but she remains absent to the public about what her upcoming plans. “There’s a public expectation for communication, and she’s not providing it,” stated Lauren Wright, a political scientist and author of “On Behalf of the President.”

“It’s interesting that there doesn’t seem to be a willingness to shape her public image, despite the public interest.” Myra Gutin, a communication professor at Rider University, warned that Melania’s decision to stay in New York got her approval ratings down a bit.

“She could be giving the administration a little bit of a softer touch, because we do make certain decisions about a president based on his family,” Gutin stated.

“Ivanka and her family are there, but with Mrs. Trump and Mr. Trump’s younger son, it would be a different kind of feeling.”

Opposite to that others are certain that Melania’s quiet first week comes across as she is not in a rush to conceptualize her new position. “Each first lady takes on the role and makes it their own.

That evolves over time,” stated the ex White House social secretary Ann Stock. “First (priority) for every president and first lady is settling in their family.” Michael D’Antonio, a Donald Trump biographer, remembers Melania as a private person. “Her husband playfully begged her to tell me he was a great husband and she complied.

However, she fled the room as soon as possible,” D’Antonio remembered. “I expect her to be gracious when acting as first lady, but I would not be surprised if she limits herself to a minimal engagement with the role.”

Is Melania the best First Lady ever, or what? Tell us in the comment section.

Source: Enhlive

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  1. Eldonna Bryant

    February 1, 2017 at 8:17 am

    Did a third grader write this? The English is like that of someone to whom it is a second language.This is the best you can do Chicago Tribune???

  2. Mrs Wentz

    February 1, 2017 at 11:43 am

    I think we need to quit worrying about the First Lady. She is beautiful and if she want to remain behide close doors to raise her son and act like us housewives do. I am fine with that.
    We also need to quit comparing the Trumps to the Obamas. If I remember. Sarah was faithful to Abraham. She was helpful, encouraging to her husband. Maybe just maybe our First lady is doing just that. I am proud of our frist family. The are different. Without change process is not possible. It’s time for America to change.

  3. Sharon

    February 1, 2017 at 3:09 pm

    No, she continues to appear to be an abused woman who is too scar d to ask for a divorce.

  4. Diane

    February 1, 2017 at 4:24 pm

    My gosh,give her time! Why do you think she has to rush in to everything!All I’ve heard is a bunch of bitching since she’s become the first lady. Her son is her biggest priority just like my children are mine. Lay off and give her a chance and sometime.

    • Faye

      February 3, 2017 at 12:31 am

      For sure !!!

  5. P walker

    February 2, 2017 at 1:11 am

    Go ahead and treat her the way you have been and see if she warms up any faster! She has had to hire
    lawyers to defend her family! DUH!

  6. Dee carter

    February 2, 2017 at 2:28 pm

    Face it no matter what she does they will critize her. She is a great mother and wife thats good enough for me. She will be involed in the things she wants to do. There is nothing wrong for not wanting to be in spotlight. Like I said they will critze no matter what she does.

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