Melania Trump vows to continue advocating for children as potential First Lady

Former First Lady Melania Trump recently spoke out in support of her husband’s campaign for the White House, declaring that it would be a “privilege” to be the First Lady once again. In an interview with Fox News Digital, Melania shared that her focus would remain on advocating for children to ensure they have the resources they need to grow and thrive. This was something she had pursued during her time in the White House through the “Be Best” initiative, which addressed cyberbullying and opioid abuse.

Melania has always been an advocate for children, and it’s clear that she takes this role seriously. In an interview, she shared the story of Michael Weitzman, the first recipient of the Fostering The Future scholarship founded by Melania Trump. Weitzman grew up in foster care, living in eight different homes and being forced to leave his foster family at 15 years old. The scholarship will allow Weitzman to attend college, and Melania encouraged him to study hard and send her his grades.

Melania has also worked hard to restore and preserve the White House, modeling herself after former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. It’s clear that she takes her role as First Lady seriously and has made an impact through her work.

President Trump is currently leading in the polls for the Republican Party’s nomination against incumbent President Joe Biden. This is a clear sign that voters are looking for a leader who will prioritize the needs of the American people. Melania has always been a strong supporter of her husband’s campaign, and it’s clear that she will continue to play an important role in his reelection efforts.

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