(UnitedVoice.com) – First Lady of the US (FLOTUS) Melania Trump isn’t very flashy. She doesn’t seem to want a lot of publicity, and throughout President Donald Trump’s time in office, she’s been pretty low-key. COVID-19 hasn’t changed that.
Melania has spent her time at home as the president works with states to slow the spread of the virus. But she’s been busy, nonetheless. Over the last several weeks, she’s been keeping touch with her counterparts around the world. In April, the first lady’s chief of staff, Stephanie Grisham, told CNN Melania is speaking to “several leader spouses” during the crisis because “communication is crucial.”
In addition to her international diplomacy, she’s spent time sending gifts to medical workers on the frontlines. She’s used Twitter to remind Americans how important it is that they follow her husband’s guidelines. Melania is also still promoting her Be Best campaign which focuses on ending bullying in schools.
While celebrating the 2nd anniversary of #BeBest last week, I Zoomed w/ Fenton 1st grade class & their teacher, Mrs. Horton. We had a wonderful conversation about kindness in these puzzling times. https://t.co/K6LSDOwJC2
— Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) May 13, 2020
This week, she’s raising awareness for National Prevention Week.
Today begins #NationalPreventionWeek, a week to learn more about how to combat substance abuse. One pillar of #BeBest is preventing opioid addiction. Here are some tips for teens on the dangers of drugs: https://t.co/k5kEZiCXc3 pic.twitter.com/l6mGa8MC41
— Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) May 11, 2020
The first lady’s quiet diplomacy in the face of an unprecedented crisis is exactly what the country needs right now. President Trump couldn’t have picked a better woman to spend his life with and to help guide the country.
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