On April 16, First Lady Melania Trump and Second Lady Karen Pence visited Fort Bragg, North Carolina — the main home of the U.S. Army airborne and special operations forces.
Mrs. Trump looked not only stunning and attractive but also professional and deliberate. In other words, she definitely gave an impression of being the real First Lady of the United States.
Is Melania Trump thinking of being FLOTUS in the future?
During her official visit to Fort Bragg, Melania was having a small conversation with schoolchildren when they asked whether she would like to remain in the White House.
First Lady revealed she would be honored to serve another four years if her husband Donald Trump would be re-elected. She added she would support her other half no matter what, and being FLOTUS is "a privilege" and "a great honor."
Moreover, Melania Trump likes to have commitments toward the Americans, primarily to children and their safety. Her 'Be Best' initiative focuses on toughening cybersecurity and ensuring the soundness of kids.
I love what I do. And what will affect I will always shine a light on children. And the next generation.
Ultimately, the former Slovenian model believes Donald Trump does a wonderful job in the White House, so she would be beside him no matter what.
But she allegedly didn't want to be First Lady
According to Vanity Fair, Melania's old friend conceded she didn't want to become First Lady at first simply because the Trumps didn't believe their presidency would actually happen.
But it's always the first thoughts and impressions. It seems like Melania Trump is now enjoying her role and supporting her husband in all his beginnings.