Melania Trump Displays Relaxed Demeanor When She's Away From Donald Trump

Melania Trump Displays Relaxed Demeanor When She's Away From Donald Trump

But a New York Times article claims that Trump then replaced those choices with pieces he liked better and more in keeping with the 'gilded, triumphal style of Louis XIV'.

"The president suggested that Mrs. Trump choose a different topic to avoid questions about how the wife of a notorious Twitter bully could lead a campaign to spotlight anti-bullying and other child wellness efforts, and he warned her that she was opening herself to such jeers", wrote the Times, citing sources familiar with the conversations. But the source told The Times that the message was actually directed at anyone inside or outside the White House who wanted to criticize her decision to visit the children.

Melania's communications director Stephanie Grisham responded to the allegations by saying that the couple made decisions about the furniture together, telling The Times: 'They both chose the décor'.

The first lady is focusing on cyberbullying among young people as part of her "Be Best" initiative. "Her priorities remain her family, her personal health and her role as first lady".

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An old friend of the president told The Times that Melania is the "strongest voice" in her husband's orbit.

Many believed Trump's jacket was insensitive to the immigrant children she was visiting, who had been forcibly separated from their parents by the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" policy.

But Melania Trump rebuffed the president's warning and later said publicly that she was prepared to face any criticism her public service project might attract.

The First Lady had chosen a number of different items for the White House living quarters in the six months prior to her move to Washington, while she was living in NY with son Barron, according to reports.

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