Melania Trump: Melania Trump won’t move back to White House if Trump wins because…

Donald Trump‘s wife Melania Trump, the former First Lady, has no intention to move permanently back into the White House if Trump is elected the President, reports said adding that Melania would probably divide her time between Florida and New York and won’t permanently move back to Washington with Trump.
Trump’s youngest son Barron Trump could be going to college at New York University explaining why his mother would love to spend her time in NY, and at Florida where they have their resort in Palm Beach.If this happens, this will be the first for a First Lady.
Axios reported that Melania would choose to be a part-time first lady and would turn up at the White House for ceremonies and special events — all speculations in case Trump wins the election.
“Melania does what Melania wants,” said Mary Jordan, a Washington Post associate editor and the author of the book “The Art of Her Deal: The Untold Story of Melania Trump.” Jordan told Axios that Melania Trump always was a different kind of first lady and didn’t believe that this unelected position put any special obligation on her.
“She’s distancing herself even more from her husband and from the Washington social political scene,” author Kate Andersen Brower also told Axios. “I mean, she clearly hated being in Washington.”
Melania steered clear of politics since 2021 when the Trumps left the White House. She also did not turn up at Donald Trump’s hush money trial and verdict in Manhattan. She was instead spotted at private occasions — with Barron Trump. As far as the fund-raising events for the election are concerned, she attended some private events. Next month, the former first lady is hosting the conservative LGBT group ‘Log Cabin Republicans’ for a fundraiser at Trump Tower in New York, reports said.


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