The Leftists are going to lose their minds over this!
First Lady Melania Trump has been the picture of class and grace since President Trump was still the GOP Nominee.
She’s decided that her role as First Lady is to champion for the needs of children because she loves kids.
Michelle Obama had tried to push healthy food options for kids at school, but it was an utter disaster.
Frankly, with the slop that was offered in that effort, it made it look as though Michelle hated kids.
But this First Lady, well, that just doesn’t seem to be the case.
First Lady Melania visited the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital recently. When she did, she had some great interactions with the kids, and one particularly maternal moment with one little girl.
After she walked the concourse, she visited with children in the playroom, where she said to a group of boys playing the board game Sorry, “Show me how to do this.”
Second-grader Cole Baughman, who has been a patient since birth, told the first lady that his parents, Nathan and Megan, and sister had plans to visit Washington, D.C. Nathan later told Cincinnati.com that Trump told Cole, “Make sure you come visit me when you come to D.C.”
“She was really interested in the kids,” Nathan said. “She was pleasant with Megan and I, but she got down at the kids’ level and was really talking to both of them.”
CNN reported that at one point, a little girl approached the first lady with outstretched arms, a common sign that a child wants to be picked up.
So, the first lady, a mother herself, obliged the young girl’s request and held her for a bit.
Source: Independent Journal Review
Watch the First Lady with some of the other children:
She looks like she is enjoying being with the children.
According to Cincinnati.com, the First Lady gave each child a Valentine’s Day card with her signature and a drawing of the White House on it.
Don’t you just love it when a woman isn’t trying to be just like a man, and instead is (dare I say) womanly?
What’s wrong with that, exactly?
Don’t worry — I’m sure the feminists will tell us.
And then we can promptly ignore them.
ClashDaily.com’s, Editor-In-Chief, Doug Giles how-to book:
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Here’s a shirt for real men (and women, too):
Why be average? It’s so overrated.
Everyone does that.