Former first lady Melania Trump is supporting her husband and hoping for a victory in his 2024 presidential run, the Daily Wire reported. Her message was a stark contrast to the way the current first lady is propping up her age-addled husband.
Melania Trump is notoriously private in her relationship with former President Donald Trump. However, she made a rare exception for Fox News Digital when laying out her plans should her husband win reelection.
"My husband achieved tremendous success in his first administration, and he can lead us toward greatness and prosperity once again," Melania Trump said in an interview with the news outlet. "He has my support, and we look forward to restoring hope for the future and leading America with love and strength."
The former first lady made these remarks following a commemoration of the fifth anniversary of the launch of her "Be Best" campaign. Melania Trump used her role as the president's wife as a platform to help children with this initiative that would focus on the problems they face, such as online safety and opioid abuse.
She has not wavered from this mission as she's returned to civilian life. Instead, Melania Trump has expanded it to include "Fostering the Future," which seeks to award scholarships for computer science to children who age out of foster care.
The unfortunate reality is that many of these children are left to their own devices when they reach the age of majority, and Melania Trump has committed to forming strategic partnerships and working with the public to help them. "Since leaving Washington D.C., my commitment to the foster community has grown stronger," the former first lady said.
"At the present time, there are more than 400,000 children in the foster care system, and there is less than a 3% chance of former foster children completing their college education. In fact, many end up on the street, homeless," Melania Trump said. "My objective is to reduce the gap and increase access to higher education for those who leave the foster care system."
So far, the initiative has helped two former foster children with scholarships to study technology at universities. "I have faith that an education-based foundation will provide these individuals with the skills needed to secure employment and achieve financial stability," Melania Trump explained.
Now that her husband has launched his reelection campaign, Melania Trump promises to "prioritize the well-being and development of children as I have always done" if she's in the White House again."My focus would continue to be creating a safe and nurturing space for children to learn, grow, and thrive," the former first lady explained.
"If additional problems arise, I will take the time to study them and understand their root causes," Melania Trump said. "My goal would be to ensure that every child has the support and resources they need to reach their full potential."
Through these initiatives, it is clear that Melania Trump is a gracious and decent human being who is happy to support her husband in the background. Meanwhile, the current first lady is propping up her feeble husband for another stab at the presidency despite his obvious problems.
Amid the many calls for President Joe Biden to take a mental competency test, the latest of which came from GOP presidential candidate Nikki Haley, the Biden's still pretend it's a non-issue. Jill Biden has dismissed the idea of such a standard for her 80-year-old husband despite his speech and gait troubles that are becoming too obvious to hide.
"Ridiculous," she shot back when asked about the president submitting to a cognitive test during "CNN Primetime: Jill Biden Abroad," which aired in March. "We would never even discuss something like that."
The 2024 presidential race will not just be a matchup between candidates but also a reflection of how political families handle the challenges they face. It's obvious that the Trumps are far and away more classy and competent than their Democratic counterparts.