Melania's Personal Priorities And Hectic Schedule Revealed: The First Lady Has A Peculiar Role In The White House

Date May 10, 2018

Can a stay-at-home mom be influential enough to change the world? If you have the power in your hands, then perhaps you can. Especially, when your husband in the US president. Melania Trump has recently confessed about her real role in the White House and shared her everyday working routine with the public.

Every morning, Donald gets up at 5:30 am, checks the latest news, responds to the hottest tweets, and enjoys his another day of presidency. Melania, on the other hand, stays in bed (in her personal one) longer to make sure their 12-year-old son, Barron, is ready for school.


It is an interesting fact that Melania didn’t move to the White House immediately. She stayed with the son in NY for about six months to let him finish the school year. When she finally got reunited with her husband, the working rhythm in the White House had already been established. Those were hard accommodating times for Melania that soon transformed into personal problems.

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With the recent scandals involving Donald Trump, Stormy Daniels, and Karen McDougal, Melania tries to develop her own occupation. Recently, the First Lady decided to call up a conference where her spokeswoman, Stephanie Grisham, revealed her personal, president-independent plans:

Her focus all along has been children, and this launch is meant to formalize what her role will be for the next three to seven years. The First Lady will devote the rest of the Trump presidency to the issues children face today and their well-being.


Apart from that, the White House staff members mention that Melania separated the residency into two parts: East and West. She is planning to renovate her office, East side, to continue doing her own business with the small team consisting of only 10 people.

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Moreover, she rarely visits West part of the house, where her husband is dealing with the urgent country issues.

Even though English is not a native language for Melania, and her Slovenian origin was first a little concern for the presidential family, she is now the most photographed woman in the world, even more than she used to be during her modeling times.


Melania is more famous than her husband and keeps popping up in the media even for the tiniest news. We hope the next three (or even seven) years will become of great success for the First Lady and she will not lose her eagerness to work and will still be devoted to her noble calling.

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