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Melania Trump Tag

First Lady Melania Trump's Chief of Staff Stephanie Grisham resigned tonight after the violence at the U.S. Capitol by Trump supporters. Grisham was the first person to resign. Reports indicate others have as well and higher-ranking members are thinking about it.

So much coverage has been focused on President Trump, and understandably so, but very few outlets have bothered to check-in on the First Lady, who also tested positive for COVID-19.

First Lady Melania Trump went to Boston Medical Center (BMC) to promote the hospital's program to cuddle babies born on drugs. The hatred for the Trump family takes precedence over the promotion of a beautiful program to help babies in need. Even though her visit brought attention to BMC's program, around 200 BMC employees protested Melania's visit.

The media went wild and claimed that the city of Pittsburgh didn't want President Donald Trump and his family to visit and pay respects to those massacred 11 people on Sunday. Video inside the hospital has a different story. It shows the staff warmly greeting Trump, First Lady Melania Trump, Ivanka, and Jared Kushner. To disappointment of the media even more, Tree of Life Rabbi Jeffrey Myers only had nice things to say about Trump.

After Andy Lassner, a producer for The Ellen DeGeneres Show, tweeted the other day that he's "way more afraid of another Melania getting in to this country than" he is of the thousands of migrants in the caravan marching towards the U.S. border. First Lady Melania Trump's office tweeted him an invite to her gathering of children at the White House to talk about kindness and screen the movie Wonder. You can guess how this man child responded.

First Lady Melania Trump has spent the last week in Africa, touring during Ghana, Malawi, Kenya and Egypt. The trip was designed to enhance the First Lady's public profile, generate goodwill, and strengthen the connections between the Trump administration and the leaders of these nations. The normally-reserved Mrs. Trump used a photo-op at the Giza complex, set in front of the Great Pyramid and the Sphinx, to comment on her husband's tweets and the Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
Reporters traveling with her as she traversed Africa this past week asked her about the news back home of the confirmation of the president’s Supreme Court nominee, Brett M. Kavanaugh, and the allegations by Christine Blasey Ford that he sexually assaulted her.