First lady Melania Trump could have been considered a deportation priority if President Trump had instituted one of his controversial executive orders when she was a model in the 1990s, according to several immigration attorneys who spoke with Slate.
President Trump's order recommends priority deportation for some people including those who are "engaged in fraud or willful misrepresentation in connection with any official matter or application before a governmental agency."
Bringing together 46 Governors for a 'dazzling, sensorial experience', Melania was out to woo at the first event she has personally organised as First Lady. She chose ‘Spring’s Renewal’ as the theme for the evening, and stated that "the scents of jasmine and roses [will] fill the air as we give thanks for this great nation and the glory of renewal.”
As such, she debuted a fresh, blunt haircut and a softer makeup look, but has seemingly decided to only release shots taken above shoulder height after the event, concealing whatever dress she was wearing on the night.
Perhaps Melania feels that her clothes have taken too much of the limelight in recent weeks and that posing for a full length picture would detract from the message that she was trying to offer up last night. She’s recently made the headlines any time that she has chosen to wear a designer label that isn’t American (thus going against her husband’s “America first” directive) and has also been accused of relying too heavily on a Jackie Kennedy-inspired look that isn’t her own. Ahead of the inauguration, she also found herself at the middle of a fashion boycott, as several major names, including Marc Jacobs and Tom Ford, spoke out to say that they would never want to dress the new First Lady.
Since Donald Trump became president on January 20, his wife Melania's popularity has increased dramatically.
The first lady's favorability rating is up 16 points since her husband was sworn in as president, according to a CNN/ORC poll released Wednesday.
Fifty-two percent of the 1,025 Americans surveyed reported they have a favorable view of Melania Trump, compared to 36 percent before the inauguration. Backtrack by a year, to February 2016, and the first lady's favorability ranking was only 24 percent.
First Lady Melania Trump is committed to continuing the White House garden tradition, showcasing her interest in a Saturday morning visit to the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens with Akie Abe, wife of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
"The First Lady has a deep personal commitment to her role as caretaker and nurturer, beginning with her family. She believes there is a connection between a child's mind and places of calm and beauty to be used as a tool for us all. As a mother and as the First Lady of this country, Mrs. Trump is committed to the preservation and continuation of the White House Gardens, specifically the First Lady's Kitchen Garden and the Rose Garden," Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, senior adviser to the first lady, said in a statement to CNN.
Melania Trump Hot Red Coat & Nude Heels for Donald’s Weekend Trip
It’s quite the challenge to make a shoe style statement that can compete with eye-catching wearables, but Melania Trump succeeded this weekend where others have struggled.
The first lady stepped out on Friday in a striking, hot red coat dress by Alice Roi that she wisely coordinated with a pair of nude Jimmy Choo pumps for another jaunt with President Donald Trump and son, Barron, to their exclusive club Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Fla.
The former model had on the luxury label’s Anouk suede pumps, of which its silhouette is a favorite among celebrity red carpet fixtures such as Naomie Harris, Amber Heard, Jennifer Lopez and more.