Melania ‘Impressed’ The Masses Overseas



Decked out in Fendi, thick sunglasses and Manolo Blahnik heels, Trump deplaned Air Force One on Sunday on a mission to bring her office back to the traditional, minimal role it took on under the wives of Republican presidents before her. Her bold fashion statements, as well a Monday visit to a school in Tokyo, where she drew calligraphy and embraced students alongside Japanese First Lady Akie Abe, represented patterns which experts on the first lady have noticed throughout her tenure.

“She’s trying to stay in her comfort zone and not be a lightning rod … She’s doing the bare minimum that she can without causing problems for her husband as president,” Dr. Jean Wahl Harris, a professor at the University of Scranton and first lady historian, told Oh Zaddy.

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