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Melania Trump Breaks Silence on 2024 Campaign, Already Has Plans for Potential White House Return

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In a rare public comment, former first lady Melania Trump said she’s all in on her husband’s effort to return to the White House.

Melania Trump spoke to Fox News Digital about former President Donald Trump’s campaign for the presidency and her own plans.

“My husband achieved tremendous success in his first administration, and he can lead us toward greatness and prosperity once again,” she said, noting that she would appreciate having “the privilege” of being first lady again.

“He has my support, and we look forward to restoring hope for the future and leading America with love and strength,” she said.

According to a Fox News report Tuesday, the interview was conducted on Saturday after a luncheon Melania Trump hosted at the Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach, Florida, where the first couple has their home.

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The luncheon marked the fifth anniversary of the former first lady’s “Be Best” initiative, which she launched from the White House Rose Garden in 2018.

As the former president has been moving forward with his campaign for the Republican nomination for president in 2024, Melania Trump has taken a low-key approach to helping forgotten children, particularly those in the country’s foster care system.

She said if the Trumps return to the White House, she would “prioritize the well-being and development of children, as I have always done.”

“My focus would continue to be creating a safe and nurturing space for children to learn, grow, and thrive,” she said, according to Fox. “If additional problems arise, I will take the time to study them and understand their root causes.”

She added: “My goal would be to ensure that every child has the support and resources they need to reach their full potential.”

Five years ago, Melania Trump founded “Be Best,” an initiative that focused on healthy, positive outcomes for children. She has since created “Fostering the Future,” which provides scholarships to youth aging out of foster care who want to pursue information technology degrees.

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“Since leaving Washington D.C., my commitment to the foster community has grown stronger,” she said, according to Fox.

“At the present time, there are more than 400,000 children in the foster care system, and there is less than a 3 percent chance of former foster children completing their college education. In fact, many end up on the street, homeless.

“My objective is to reduce the gap and increase access to higher education for those who leave the foster care system,” she said.

To date, two scholarships have been awarded.

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“I have faith that an education-based foundation will provide these individuals with the skills needed to secure employment and achieve financial stability,” she said, according to Fox.

A representative of the former first lady told Fox that Melania Trump’s mission is to “bring awareness and attention to the foster care system and help guarantee that no child is overlooked, defined by their circumstance or confined to their present reality.”

Last month, Melania Trump issued a statement in response to multiple news reports concerning the fact that she did not go to New York City when her husband was indicted on multiple counts of falsifying business records.

“Melania will support him. That’s what she does. They are a family,” People reported in an April 3 article, citing what it called “a political source.”

A March 31 report in the U.K. Daily Mail cited a source it described as “close to the former first lady” who painted a similar picture.

“Mrs. Trump is strong. She is focused on her family and stands behind her husband, as she always has,” the source said. “For the past seven years, the left has made multiple attempts to smear and attack her family and this is just the latest attempt to bring him down.”

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Jack Davis is a freelance writer who joined The Western Journal in July 2015 and chronicled the campaign that saw President Donald Trump elected. Since then, he has written extensively for The Western Journal on the Trump administration as well as foreign policy and military issues.
Jack Davis is a freelance writer who joined The Western Journal in July 2015 and chronicled the campaign that saw President Donald Trump elected. Since then, he has written extensively for The Western Journal on the Trump administration as well as foreign policy and military issues.
Jack can be reached at jackwritings1@gmail.com.
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