Reportedly, former first lady Melania Trump will be more active throughout the course of the coming year.
Since that time, in January 2021, when she and former President Donald Trump vacated the White House, the 53-year-old has maintained a relatively low profile.
Although there have been reports of her presence at her family’s Mar-a-Lago resort, the ex-model and mother of Barron Trump, the youngest son of Trump, has largely remained unseen in public for the past few years.
Page Six reported, citing a source close to the Trump family, that she believes she can devote more time to public appearances now that her son with the former president is seventeen years old.
Reportedly, she also intends to contribute significantly to the re-election campaign of her spouse in the upcoming year.
Page Six reported: “A source tells Page Six that after Donald Trump scored a recent Supreme Court victory in his federal election subversion case, ‘Trump and his family are so secure that he will become president again that insiders at Mar-a-Lago say he’s reached an agreement with [wife] Melania [Trump] to step up top-tier diplomatic appearances in 2024.’
“The Trumpworld source told us that after Melania recently appeared with fellow former first ladies at Rosalynn Carter’s funeral, she is, ‘feeling more sure of herself — as both her husband’s representative and her own position as a diplomatic figure after her positive reception at the Carter funeral.’”
On November 29, Melania Trump acquired considerable media attention due to her attendance at the funeral of Rosalynn Carter.
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One week subsequent to the interment of former President Jimmy Carter’s spouse, Melania Trump was present at the National Archives for a naturalization ceremony.
Former first lady Melania Trump discusses her personal process in becoming an American citizen during a naturalization ceremony at the National Archives in Washington D.C.@MELANIATRUMP pic.twitter.com/jB162ZkTkm
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Her presence was so notable that the Associated Press described it as “rare.”
“Melania realizes it’s her time to join the ranks of historic first ladies and leave her mark on history,” Page Six’s source said. “She feels better prepared for her potential role the second time around.” CONTINUE READING…