Melania Trump is absent from her husband’s campaign in a rare public appearance

Melania Trump is absent from her husband’s campaign in a rare public appearance

If we saw her at the funeral of former First Lady Rosalynn Carter last month, Melania Trump, on the other hand, has remained largely absent from the major events of her husband’s campaign.

Former First Lady of the United States, Melania Trump, who has been largely absent so far from her husband’s campaign, made a rare public appearance on Friday, which is enough for a number of reasons to pique Americans’ curiosity.

The wife of former President Donald Trump, the current candidate in the Republican primary, was invited to attend a naturalization ceremony for 25 immigrants, during which she spoke.

Melania Trump said: “Be proud of yourselves, stand up for your rights, and seize the opportunities that come your way.” The 53-year-old former model, born in Slovenia, recounted her personal journey as an immigrant, which “opened her eyes to the difficult reality” of people seeking citizenship. Melania Trump said that when she obtained citizenship in 2006, she felt “an enormous sense of pride and belonging.”

This ceremony was held at the headquarters of the National Archives in Washington, but Donald Trump is accused of not having, as required by law, handed over some secret documents from his presidency to this institution responsible for preserving them.

Rare public appearance

Melania Trump rarely appears in public. If we saw her at the funeral of former First Lady Rosalynn Carter last month, she remained largely absent from the major events of her husband’s campaign, and did not appear at his side during his final appearance before the courts.

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The subject of his speech on Friday, as much as the location, is enough to attract attention. Attacks against immigrants are indeed a major constant in Donald Trump’s rhetoric.

In a statement announcing her participation in the ceremony, Melania Trump said that as a naturalized citizen, she “looks forward to telling her story and being associated with this very important event for these new American citizens.”

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