Washington Examiner

Melania Trump would not stay at White House full time in second term: Report – Washington Examiner

Melania Trump⁢ may‍ return to the White ‌House if Donald Trump wins the upcoming November election, but it is reported that she may not reside there‌ full time. According to a report from Axios, Melania is expected to split her ‌time mainly between Palm Beach, Florida, and New York,⁢ where she ‍and her husband have lived at Mar-a-Lago since January 2021. While she would participate in ceremonial events at the White House, she plans to only⁢ visit rather than live there consistently.⁣ During Donald Trump’s first term, Melania did not move ⁢to the White House immediately,‌ remaining in New York until June 2017 to avoid disrupting their son Barron’s school year. While living at the White House, she was involved in various renovations and restorations of the historic property.


Former first lady Melania Trump could be headed back to the White House if her husband, former President Donald Trump, wins the November election, but she apparently may not reside there full time.

Melania Trump would likely split most of her time between Palm Beach, Florida, and New York, according to a report from Axios. The former first couple have been living at Mar-a-Lago in the Sunshine State since they left the White House in January 2021.

The report suggests that Melania Trump would visit the White House to attend ceremonial matters, such as special events or state dinners, but would not live there full time.

Former first lady Melania Trump leaves after voting in the Florida primary election in Palm Beach, Florida, on March 19, 2024. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee, File)

During her husband’s first term, Melania Trump did not move into the White House until June 2017, reportedly so as not to interrupt their son Barron’s school year. Barron was 10 at the time of his father’s inauguration in January 2017.

While in the White House, she spearheaded several renovations and restorations to parts of the historic executive mansion in downtown Washington. The most prominent projects at the White House during her time included the revamped tennis pavilion and Rose Garden.

While playing a role in Donald Trump’s administration through her “Be Best” initiative, Melania Trump has shied away from the campaign trail and the spotlight since leaving the White House.

CLICK HERE TO READ MORE FROM THE WASHINGTON EXAMINER

She made brief public appearances at former first lady Rosalynn Carter’s funeral in November 2023 and at a ceremony commemorating Bill of Rights Day at the National Archives in December 2023. Melania Trump also delivered a eulogy at her mother’s funeral in January.

Melania Trump also made her first campaign appearance at a fundraising event with the GOP LGBT group Log Cabin Republicans in April. She is set to host a second fundraiser for the group next month.



" Conservative News Daily does not always share or support the views and opinions expressed here; they are just those of the writer."

Related Articles

Sponsored Content
Back to top button
Close

Adblock Detected

Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker