White House will reopen for public, says Melania Trump

White House will reopen for public, says Melania Trump

White House will reopen for public, says Melania Trump

First Lady Melania Trump announced Tuesday that the White House visitors office will open for public tours on Tuesday, March 7th. Although the first lady is fluent in five languages, she is self-conscious of her heavy Slovenian accent, which comedians have mocked, according to US Weekly.

Even so, Trump's few initial statements, courtesy of the elusive Wolkoff (a New York-based event organizer and fashion luminary), indicate that the new first lady is interested in gardening, just as Mrs. Obama was. This may hit close to her as she has been the receiving end of such malicious rumors ever since the campaign of her husband, Donald Trump.

Compared to her husband's prolific presence on Twitter, first lady Melania Trump has some catching up to do.

The tours had been temporarily suspended, which is typical when there's a new president. "It was Donald's. Truthfully, it's a lot to cope with". It's allegedly gotten to the point that she won't even leave to take their nine-year-old son, Barron Trump, to school - that task falls on the Secret Service - and he allegedly isn't allowed to go out very much, either.

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The First Lady's chief of staff, Lindsay Reynolds, said earlier this month that the tour office would reopen " after a traditional temporary closure during the transition period".

-While the West Wing might be busy revoking many of former President Barack Obama's policies, the East Wing is extending at least one significant legacy from the former presidency - the White House Kitchen Garden. Her Let's Move! campaign has been met with criticism from Republicans and unhappy schoolchildren.

But she jump-started things over the weekend with three tweets about the visit of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his wife, Akie, to the United States. "It has only been a short time since the inauguration and the first lady is going to go about her role in a pragmatic and thoughtful way that is unique and authentic to her".

While she did entertain Akie Abe in Florida, and smiled in photos at Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens in Delray Beach, it was a struggle for her.

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